Linking Central and South America, Panama is a country located on an isthmus. The famous Panama Canal cuts through the center and connects two of the gigantic oceans- Atlantic and Pacific to create a vital shipping route. The capital, Panama City, flaunts contemporary skyscrapers, casinos, and nightclubs that are contrasting with the colonial buildings in the Casco Viejo district and the rainforest of Natural Metropolitan Park. Panama City is culturally distinct and driven, rough-edged yet sophisticated!
If you are in the mood of exploring the rainforest, travel to Panama, and you will undoubtedly enjoy your stay and expedition. Panama is located next to the Amazon and boasts the largest rainforest in the Western Hemisphere. It has an abundance of exotic flora and fauna that make the surroundings even more astounding.
Panama has a tropical climate, and its weather is usually divided into wet and dry seasons. If you don't want to get stuck in heavy rain, plan your visit around December or later. Moreover, when in Panama, don't forget to visit the Presidential Palace - the official residence of the country's president and an exquisite example of Colonial architecture. Take a bike or lace up your walking shoes and get ready for a mile-long expedition of the Amador Causeway- a breakwater that connects Panama city with the four islands of the causeway: Naos, Perico, Culebra and Flamenco.