How to Get Here
Panama has over ten daily flights to five gateways in the US, daily direct flights to almost every Latin American city and two direct flights to Europe. Americans, Canadians, European Union citizens and most Latin American citizens do not need visas to enter Panama.
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Albrook "Marcos A. Gelabert" International Airport15.8 MI
Gamboa Rainforest Resort
Soberania National Park0.0 MI
Barro Colorado Island1.3 MI
Pipeline Road (Birdwatching)2.5 MI
Panama Rainforest Discovery Center3.1 MI
Summit Park and Zoo5.6 MI
Miraflores Locks and Visiting Center of the Panama Canal12 MI
Albrook Shopping Mall15 MI
Museum of Biodiversity by Frank Gehry17 MI
Panama City Center18.6 MI
- Albrook "Marcos A. Gelabert" International Airport
- Soberania National Park
- Barro Colorado Island
- Pipeline Road (Birdwatching)
- Panama Rainforest Discovery Center
- Summit Park and Zoo
- Miraflores Locks and Visiting Center of the Panama Canal
- Albrook Shopping Mall
- Museum of Biodiversity by Frank Gehry
- Panama City Center
Panama has two distinct seasons: The Dry Season runs from the end of December until the beginning of May and the Rainy Season runs from May through December. Throughout the year, the temperature consistently falls in the range of 82 to 95 degrees F (28 to 35 C) with humidity during the rainy season between 80 and 90%.
The US dollar is the currency in circulation.
Spanish is Panama’s official language, although English is widely spoken.