About Arenal Panama

Attractions | Arenal Panama

Attractions   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 […]

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Nightlife | Arenal Panama

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 […]

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About | Arenal Panama

About Panama 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 […]

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Geography | Panama

Geography   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 […]

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Transport | Arenal Panama

Getting Around 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 […]

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Arenal Panama | Panamanians

Panamanians   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 […]

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