The Panama Canal has developed into a tourist magnet. Crossing or touring the world’s most important trading route is a must when in Panama.
Do you remember the first thing you did each day when school was over? The kids of Panama City head over to John to buy some ice-cream.
Kuna Indians make up the largest part of indigenous peoples in Panama. Ana is one of them. She sells molas in the city, the traditional Kuna artwork.
The many faces of Panama are mirrored in its capital city, and together they form a mosaic that couldn’t be more intriguing to the eye of a tourist.
Bursting with life, Casco Antiguo is the cultural heart of Panama City. Its winding alleys and skew-whiff houses slightly remind the visitor of Havana.