After 50 years of legal battling, Panama’s Naso Tribe La Amistad National Park, has won their land rights case and now manages the forest.
Source: Tribe in Panama Wins Landmark Case Granting Them Stewardship of 400,000 Acres of Pristine Ancestral Forests
The Central American nation of Panama offers big adventures in a small package. Come along to explore some of the country’s most beautiful places.
Source: Experience the wonders of Panama on this virtual tour
Looking for things to do in Panama City, Panama? Whether you are going on a cruise through the Panama Canal or escaping to the islands, chances are you will visit the capital city for a day or two…
Source: 17 Things to do in Panama City Before Your UnCruise | The Planet D
There is a recent trend in adventure travel of tourists flocking to the Darién Gap, a small jungle patch that is the only break in the 30,000-mile Pan-American Highway, which passes through 14 countries as it winds from Alaska to Argentina. After severing in Yaviza, the route starts back up in Colombia, the two dangling ends a tantalizing 60 miles apart. The area can be quite dangerous–here’s what you need to know about it.
Source: Why Adventure Travelers Are Obsessed With This Tiny Patch of Jungle
One indigenous nation. One UNESCO World Heritage site. In the Bocas del Toro region of Panama, everything is at stake.
Source: ‘We are nature’s best guardians, not the State’
Scientists found the capuchin monkey using stone tools to crush food in 2018 in a wildlife preserve in Panama. Earlier this spring, researchers went back to learn more about the monkey’s innovation. #livableplanet
Source: Monkey see, monkey do: Islands in Panama offer glimpse into animal innovation
Visit the famous Panama Canal and Miraflores lock to gain a true understanding of how this fascinating man-made marvel works. Enjoy panoramic views of Panama City and wander through Casco Viejo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on this great walking tour.
Source: Panama Canal and City Walking Tour with a Local
Take a look at 25 different places around the world that offer just as many unique opportunities to have the time of a lifetime, all alone!
Source: 25 Places No One Will Be Going In 2019 (And We Can Have All To Ourselves)
Spend the day in Panama City, exploring the best of the city: from Panama Canal to the open-air museum in Punta Culebra, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Casco Viejo.
Source: Panama City Day Tour
Panama – Archaeological Site of Panamá Viejo and Historic District of Panamá
The team at the hotel realizes that it is surrounded by some of the best culture, history and food — and plenty of local music — in all of Latin America, and they want guests to be completely immersed in it.
Panama – Fortifications on the Caribbean Side of Panama: Portobelo-San Lorenzo
A swampy wilderness of gnarled cypress stands and waving sawgrass just beyond Miami’s suburbs, this 1.5 million-acre UNESCO World Heritage Site can seem timeless.
But rising sea levels have spiked the fresh groundwater beneath the Everglades with salt, and plants and wildlife must quickly adapt to new conditions to survive.
That’s why the Everglades are among the eight World Heritage Sites in the Americas included in UNESCO’s list of “World Heritage in Danger,” an exclusive club of 55 destinations, dominated by war-torn countries and terrorist hotspots.
Stretching from the Florida backwoods to an ancient Peruvian city and ghostly Chilean mines, these eight sites are some of the Americas’ most extraordinary places.
PANAMA CITY, Panama – Our speedboat trail of white foam stretches in a wide arc far behind as we race across Lake Gatun. We’re searching for monkeys on the islands scattered across this massive man-made lake.
As the boat nears the promisingly named Monkey Island, it pulls close to the bank where several tree branches overhang the water. There!
The ranger whispers that the little creatures with red patches of hair behind their ears are tamarin monkeys. They scamper through the lower branches, and two jump onto the bow of the boat, jostling for tidbits of food that the guide unfortunately offers. Still, we get a close-up view. The tamarins soon retreat, and the guide points out black-mantled howler monkeys, including a baby, up in the foliage.
This is Day Three of our week here.
Photo: Dallas News
A rich history, lush landscape and impressive technological feats combine for a fascinating destination.
Source: Wild meets wonderful in Panama City, Panama