For us, this is where it all started with Panamá Boutique.  When we travel to Panamá, we still see an established but growing tourism industry, and feel that we and our clients can contribute in a responsible fashion.  Small hotels and jungle lodges can really make a difference in sustaining the gorgeous and diverse environment, offering close to the earth experiences.  We still marvel that we never see crowds of tourists in Panamá and hope it stays that way.
     What does Panamá offer?  976 bird species, lovely beaches, colonial architecture and Spanish culture, encounters with several indigenous groups, the world's finest coffee, good roads, a fresh, delicious cuisine, two oceans, and of course, a history entwined with the USA for almost a century.  Did we also mention they have a big canal?  This wonder of the modern world can be seen in many different ways, in addition to sailing the Panamá Canal. Celebrating its centennial in 2014, we also look forward to completion of the expansion of the canal.
     The Biomuseo, the latest museum designed by world renowned architecture Frank Gehry, is finally open! It is dedicated to the biodiversity that truly is Panamá, the bridge between two continents, rich in biology and history, and is a must-see.
     Flights to Panamá City depart from gateways all over the world, and within one  hour of landing, you can be in a jungle, at canopy level with toucans and monkeys, or sea level with passing ships  Not a large territory, you can cover a lot here in a short time.
We are intimately familiar with travel in Panamá, and look forward to planning a special experience for you.
Kuna in San Blas Islands
Kuna in San Blas Islands
Ranita Roja
Ranita Roja
White water rafting Panama
White water rafting Panama
Pearl Islands Panama
Pearl Islands Panama
Pipeline Road Panama
Pipeline Road Panama: credit Will Rice
Panama's Painted Bus
Panama's Painted Bus
Keel Bill Toucan
Keel Bill Toucan
Sloth
Sloth: credit Larry Griffin
Posada Ecologica Cerro la Vieja
Posada Ecologica Cerro la Vieja
Camino Real Trek with JB Journeys
Camino Real Trek with JB Journeys
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