Where to Travel in 2018, According to the Experts “Panama will continue to top travelers’ wish lists in 2018—and with tons of direct flights from JFK and LAX on Copa, it’s never been easier to go. The perfect itinerary would start in Panama City at one of the beautiful new hotels opening in 2018 such as Santa Maria, a Luxury Collection Resort. After some urban exploration, finish your trip with some R&R at Islas Secas, a tiny cluster of private island eco-lodges off Panama’s unspoiled Pacific coast.”
—Todd Plummer, contributor, Vogue.com
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Official Name: Panama
Capital: Panama City
Country Extension: 75,517 km2 or 2,839,177 miles2
National Bird: Arpia Hawk
National Flower: Cattleya skinneri (Orquídea) Sant Spirit Flower
Highest Volcano: Barú Volcano
Political Division: 9 provinces and 7 areas
Government: Constitutional democratic republic
Panama is located in the American Continent, with the following borderlines: To the North, Caribbean Sea - To the South, Pacific Ocean - To the East, Colombia - To the West, Costa Rica. Panama has an area of 75,517 square kilometers (29,340 square miles), with population of 3,500,000 persons; the official language is Spanish although English is highly spoken; the Legal Currency is the US Dollar and the Balboa, GMT5 Hours, East Coast, USA.
The best thing about the weather in Panama is that it is always warm through the year. You will enjoy daily highs of up to 28 -32. Those looking for cooler climate can find it in the valleys in Chiriquí, Cerro Punta and El Valle with daily high at 22-24 and cool fresh nights. Panama has two seasons the dry season from December to end of April, and the wet season, from May till November.
National currency of Panama is Balboa, but nowadays US Dollars are used all over the country.
According to census of 2010 the population is 3.322.576 of habitants.
Panamanians speak Spanish, this is an official language of Panama. Also there are used indigenous languages such as al ngobe buglé, kuna, emberá. 14% of population speaks English.