The epitome of paradise on earth, the San Blas Islands are a magical destination off the coast of Panama. This string of 365 tiny islands have been virtually untouched by the modern world and consist of little more than white sands, crystalline waters, lush coconut palms, and perhaps a single native family home per island.
The capital of Panama's Chiriquí province, David, is the country's second largest city. With a population of 160,000, this little metropolis serves as the main hub for visits to the highlands and the country's northwest.
Boquete is a lovely town in western Panama with a cooler and more crisp climate due to its mountainous location, making it an ideal place for coffee plantations. Because of this, it is Panama’s most famous coffee region and the majority of the country’s coffee plantations are, in fact, located on the outskirts of Boquete.
Bocas del Toro
Bocas del Toro is stunning, seductive and unforgettable. This little chain of tropical islands extends off the Carribean coast in Panama’s north. The area is known for its biodiversity, with lush jungles filled with endemic species, amazing tropical coral reefs, and paradisiacal palm-tree beaches.