The Panama Tourism Authority (ATP) has announced that during the official mission of tourism promotion carried out recently in Miami, U.S., by the National Government through and in conjunction with the private sector, the company Atlas Ocean Voyages confirmed that it will begin to run at least four new homeport operations, starting as of the 2022-2023 cruise season.
SAHIC Latin America & the Caribbean will take place on March 14-15 in Panama City, a regional and strategic meeting point for a forum that focuses on both South and Central America.
Norwegian Cruise Line will become the first operator to seasonally homeport in Panama City. The company will be offering roundtrip Panama Canal voyages from next year.
Several music stars from the country took part, with Panama becoming the first Latin American country to celebrate its national day at the first World Expo in the Arab world.
Marriott International has announced the opening of the first Residence Inn in Panama City. Located in the Pacific Centre Punta Paitilla, the Residence Inn Panama City was designed to capture the vibrant culture and history of Panama.
An archipelago of effortlessly beautiful islands in the Gulf of Chiriquí on the Pacific coast of the country, Islas Secas is set to become an inspired eco-destination befitting the most intrepid traveller.
Air Europa will consolidate its presence in Central America with the launch of its new route to Panama in June. At the same time, the carrier will offer passengers a codeshare option with Copa Airlines to travel on from Panama to Costa Rica, Nicaragua, El Salvador or Guatemala.
JW Marriott Panama, formerly the Bahia Grand Panama Hotel, enjoys a desirable ocean front location in Panama’s iconic 932-foot building – the tallest in Central America.
Norwegian Bliss has become the largest passenger ship to transit the Panama Canal since the completion of the canal’s expansion project in 2016.
Air China will launch a new route from Beijing to Panama City, via Houston, on April 5th. The new route is expected to greatly facilitate exchanges between both countries as well as neighbouring regions, while providing passengers with a greater range of options.
Located in one of the most cosmopolitan capitals in the region, Panama City, the new hotel towers above the heart of the business district within the ultra-modern, 50-floor Evolution Tower on Calle 50.
From January to May 2017, Panama received a total of 102,388 European tourists, a 25.4 per cent increase on the same period in 2016, according to data from the Panama Tourism Authority. Visitors come mostly from Spain, Germany, France, Italy and the Netherlands, who choose Panama for its nature and culture.