Vacationers who are searching for hotel rooms in Panama can find plenty of choices, as they are the most common property type there. Additionally, they have a median size of 400 ft² and cost, on average, $116 per night. Furthermore, most hotel rooms in Panama can accommodate 5 guests, which makes it an ideal vacation destination for medium-sized groups and families. House rentals represent the other most frequent type of accommodation in Panama. Our data reveals that the median price of house rentals is $252 a night for an area of 1,940 ft².
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Use filters to find an accommodation matching your needs among all of the rentals in Panama. Most of the accommodations in Panama provide "internet" or "TVs," which makes it a wonderful vacation spot if you need internet access during your vacation or you want to tune out with some TV time. Not as many vacation rentals in Panama are available if you want a rental providing a crib or if you want a rental with a fireplace as "fireplaces" and "cribs" are not often provided in this destination.
See the Canal and back to nature in a vacation home in Panama
With hundreds of kilometers of coastline, Panama is the perfect destination for a beach vacation. Book a Panama condo on either the Caribbean Sea or the Pacific Ocean to enjoy a huge variety of beaches. Offering soft white sand and calm waters, or dramatic black sand and thrilling swells, Panama is a beach-lover’s paradise.
The glory of Panamanian food
Panama has its roots in Spain, Africa, and indigenous culture, and this has created a culinary melting pot. Its tropical climate means that exotic fruits and vegetables thrive, giving Panamanian food its characteristic palate.
Fresh fish and seafood is always on the menu, because in Panama you’re never far from the coast. Meals are served with plantain or rice and beans, and you can wash it all down with a delicious batido, fruit shake, or perhaps a strong local coffee.
Try hojaldras for breakfast: a type of sugar-coated donut, and don’t miss out on a tortilla changa, made with fresh corn. For a real treat, choose a ‘pasel de tres leches’ for dessert. This cake is soaked in three types of milk and is sweet and delicious.
What to do in Panama: It’s all about the great outdoors
Panama is a destination for the adventurous. Go camping in the wilderness, and don’t forget to take binoculars: Panama is home to almost 1000 different species of birds. More than a third of the country has been designated national parkland and its modern transport system makes moving around the country a simple affair.
No trip to Panama is complete without a trip to the Panama Canal. 80 kilometers of water welcome around 14,000 vessels every year. It’s an awesome sight, and you can view it from the new observation center. The country is also known for its surf, so catch a few waves at one of Panama’s fantastic beaches.
Visit Panama City, arguably Latin America’s most vibrant city. A mixture of trendy bars and cafes, shimmering skyscrapers and crumbling Spanish ruins make this multicultural city a thrilling place to explore. On a trip to Casco Viejo, Panama’s City’s old town, you’ll find ancient cobblestones, chic modern boutiques, and food from all over the globe.
Panama's festivals: From old to new
Panamanians are fun-loving people, and they have the festivals to prove it. From the thrilling Panama Jazz Festival, held every January, to the religious celebration of Easter in the springtime, parties in Panama are all about having a good time.
There are a myriad of other parties held throughout the year, and many of them are associated with the country’s dominant religion, Catholicism. However, there are also plenty of modern festivals too. Macro Fest brings a touch of creativity into everyday life, while Panama Gastronomica, held each August, is a celebration of Panamanian cuisine.
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