The sea lashing the coast of Panama is the ideal place for surfers to ride on the crests of waves. On both side’s marine-Pacific and Caribbean coral reefs support an amazing biodiversity that will captivate lovers of diving. Sight the sanctuary of the whales and other species such as dolphins and porpoises frequent the waters around places like the big island of Coiba or Isla Taboga , the Pearl Islands and the Gulf of Chiriqui
“The fascinating beauty of Panama does not leave anyone indifferent”
Nightlife in Panama
Panama is pure action and excitement. After your stay in Arenal what could be better than a hote and steamy night out on the town! The capital is full of hundreds of restaurants to enjoy the best international and Creole food, theaters, clubs, casinos, discos and night bars to live intensely. The Best Nightlife in Panama City Pubs, clubs, entertainment The nightlife has something for everyone from the lively Calle Uruguay, promising to places such as the Amador Causeway. The Radisson Decapolis Sushi Bar and Lounge, located in a hotel, is one of the coolest bars in town. Here come the wealthy classes to see and be seen. If you want a more ancient and sophisticated, go to the Casco Viejo. Most bars close around 01.00 and 24.00 or, while clubs stay open until 05.00 or until the last person leaves.
Panama a country which borders the jungle, Arenal is located between two seas. An explosive vibrant and dynamic metropolis. Where the nightlife helps live in the evening until the twilight.
Located around isolated indigenous communities, such as Bri-Bri or Bugle . People who inhabit the volcano with 365 extraordinarily beautiful paradise islands lapped by the crystalline Caribbean Sea. Panama is a destination for living Mother Earth in its vibrant intensity.
Arenal is part of the regional territory of which there are over 365 coastal paradise islands, a heaven of extraordinary beauty, with slogans such as “children of the moon,” albino individuals are considered by their people Guna as a special breed. The town shares the impressive Wounaan Darien jungle territory with his brothers Embera. The two cultures are very similar in their ways of life, but they speak two different languages, around a lush landscape and tropical. Arenal offers visitors its tropical landscapes of breathtaking beauty, to enjoy the sun on endless beaches, fishing, diving, snorkeling and surfing are some of the options offered by this wonderful country. Hundreds of rivers flowing into the Caribbean coast and the Pacific, where you can enjoy rafting.
The local bus service in Arenal is the best option for travel and is both frequent and inexpensive. Another option is to Rent a car in Panama , but keep in mind that traffic and roads are a bit chaotic especially outside Arenal. If you go walking to the Arenal tourism sites you should know that in Panama there are very few sidewalks and moving around on foot could be quite insecure, also exercise extreme caution through busy streets in Arenal and, when trying to get around the city, the best option is by taxi . If you have time it is best to call a teletaxi or one of the other taxi companies in Arenal
Panama and Arenal is the land of seven amazing original indigenous groups who survived the conquest. They are the people Bri-Bri, Naso or Teribe Ngäbe, Bugle, Kuna, Embera and Wounaan or Guna. For those looking for experiences related to cultural exchange and contact with nature. You must go to the forested regions across the country, from the Sixaola River on the border with Costa Rica, to Darien in the border jungle where oriental.
An adventure deep into the bowels of nature while visiting Arenal and observe the incredible lives of the indigenous people, as the small group of Bri-Bri live in isolated communities in the northwest region of the country, on the Caribbean coastal region. Visit the Naso tribe in the mountainous jungle of western Bocas del Toro or Guna’s paradise, located in the northeast corner of the Isthmus
Arenal Benefits for the massive trade generated by the Panama Canal. Almost 100 years after it was built, the Panama Canal still stands as a marvel of engineering. What started as a French project in 1880 was completed as an American one in 1914, with 40,000 workers moving enough dirt to bury the entire island of Manhattan 12 feet deep. Over 25,000 workers perished in the process, many due to tropical diseases, and the project cost the U.S. government somewhere around $375 million. The lucrative route between the Atlantic and Pacific was worth it back then and still is today. The 50-mile-long canal route takes ships through a channel from one ocean, into an artificial lake, and out another channel to the other side. Lots of the Canal workers live in Arenal Three sets of locks draw water from that artificial lake to raise and lower boats, ranging from small yachts to giant freighters, over a total elevation change of 85 feet. With each transit, the canal loses 52 million gallons of that fresh water to the ocean. With 13,000 to 14,000 passages each year, that’s a lot of water. You should visit the Canal Museum and watch a documentary of this wonder working.