With its indigenous communities, beaches and promenades, volcanoes, and the impenetrable Darien Gap, Panama has all of nature to offer. The canal is one major prospect of Panama. The area contains volcanoes and forest canopies.
The Coiba National Marine Park is one that tourists shouldn’t miss. It showcases some of the most elegant wildlife, and there, you can get a glimpse of the harpy eagle, Panama’s national bird.
Panama City itself is not left out in all the wonders that Panama has to offer. The city contains colonial buildings and tall towers, giving you a blend of the past and the present. As a matter of fact, Panama City is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its ties with history.
Tourists should also visit these places while on tour:
- Las Tablas, home of different fiestas and carnivals
- Barro Colorado
- Bochas del Toro archipegalo
- El Níspero Botanical Gardens
- The ruins of Panama Viejo
- The San Blas Islands
Rice is a standard meal in Panama, and along the Caribbean coast is an abundance of seafood. A major delicacy gotten from seafood is Ceviche, seafood marinated in lime juice, peppers, and onions.