Panama With Kids: Summit Park

Panama With Kids: Summit Park

By: Victoria   Walk with the animals (and the plants!) in #SummitPark @visitPanama #FamilyTravel Click To Tweet   Compared to many capital cities in the world, you don’t have to travel very far to reach green belt areas in Panama City. Located just...
Panama With Kids: A Guide to Portobelo

Panama With Kids: A Guide to Portobelo

By: Victoria   A Family Guide to all that’s great in #Portobelo #Panama! @visitPanama #FamilyTravel Click To Tweet   A little off the tourist map, the small Caribbean fishing village of Portobelo is a popular weekend spot with locals and expats....
Panama With Kids: A Walk on the Wild Side up Ancon Hill

Panama With Kids: A Walk on the Wild Side up Ancon Hill

By: Victoria   A Walk on the Wild Side up #AnconHill in #Panama #FamilyTravel Click To Tweet   Shrouded in thick vegetation and visible from most parts of Panama City, Ancon Hill is one of the capital’s most prominent landmarks (besides the canal of...
Panama With Kids: The Metropolitan Park

Panama With Kids: The Metropolitan Park

By: Victoria   Visit the rainforest in the city at the #MetropolitanPark with the kids! #FamilyTravel #Panama Click To Tweet   The Rainforest in Panama City   Known as ‘the lung of Panama City’, the Metropolitan Park (Parque Natural...
Panama With Kids: The Punta Culebra Nature Centre

Panama With Kids: The Punta Culebra Nature Centre

By: Victoria   During the construction of the Panama Canal some of the excavated soil was used to build a road linking Panama City to four islands positioned 6km off the mainland. On the first island that the causeway reaches, Isla Naos, is a small open-air...
The Panama Canal: The Culebra Cut

The Panama Canal: The Culebra Cut

By: Victoria   One of the biggest engineering challenges during the construction of the Panama Canal was digging through the mountain ridge at ‘The Culebra Cut’ (The Snake Cut), a curvy stretch of waterway in the middle of the isthmus. Formerly...