Bridging North and South America and fringed by both the chilled-out vibes of the Caribbean and unbridled power of the Pacific, Panama is Central America’s most cosmopolitan country. Long on the world stage thanks to the engineering marvel that is the Panama Canal, people from all over the place have gravitated here, bringing a vast range of influences that make this country such a pleasure to explore. With abundant rain- and cloud-forest, extraordinary wildlife viewing, beautiful beaches and some splendid colonial architecture, Panama rolls all the best of Central America into one.

Panama at a Glance

We all enjoy a good fact or two - here are a few useful ones about Panama:

GMT -5
time difference
11 hours
flight time
No
visa
Panama City
capital city
4 Million
population
Balboa
currency

Popular Holidays to Panama

Panama offers a wealth of wonderful sights and experiences. What better way to explore them than on a Wendy Wu tour?

Costa Rica and Panama Tour

16 days from £3,590pp
  • San Jose
  • Arenal
  • Monteverde
  • Panama City
  • Gamboa
  • Bocas del Toro

Experience & Expertise

  • UK's leading Asia specialist
  • Over 20 years of customer satisfaction
  • Experts on touring to unique destinations
  • Outstanding tour guides
  • Offices in UK, Australia, New Zealand & China

Peace of Mind

  • Fully ABTA and ATOL protected
  • 24/7 Customer care
  • Fully escorted tours
  • Everythings included in the price
  • Visa service included

Don't just take our word for it

  • 5* Trip Advisor rating
  • Gold Award Feefo Accreditation
  • feefo reviews

Get Inspired

Immerse yourself in our latest travel stories and access exclusive offers

Relax, your data is safe with us

By subscribing to our newsletter you agree to recieve emails with the latest offers and news from Wendy Wu Tours. You can unsubscribe to these at any time. Your information will not be shared with any organisation outside of Wendy Wu Tours Ltd. Read our full privacy policy.

See us featured in

BBC World News
The Telegraph
The Sunday Times
Lonely Planet
Wanderlust Magazine
National Geographic