It’s More Than a Tour . . . It’s an Experience
Retire in Panama Tours offer an exclusive seven night, six full day tour
across the country of Panama from Panama City to the Chiriquí Highlands.
Our Exclusive Semi-Private Tour (6 – 10 people only) offers you more direct access to our Panama Relocation Experts through out the tour, so you can be sure all your questions about Panama are answered.
The cost of the tour includes airport pickup, seven nights in some of the nicest hotels in Panama, full transportation across the country, three meals a day, and your flight from Chiriquí province back to Panama City. Check our Itinerary HERE.
The tours run from Thursday evening when you check into the hotel, to the following Thursday morning when we return you to Panama City
We have the most competitive prices in the industry, check Dates and Prices HERE >
Check out our Frequently Asked Questions HERE
FREE 30 Minute Panama Consultation Call with Oscar or Rod.
We have been offering Free 30 minute one-on-one calls for almost 2 years. (No Purchase of anything required)
Speak directly with Oscar or Rod, who have a combined 15 years experience helping expats move to Panama. Book a Call HERE, and either Oscar or Rod will call you at your requested time.
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Watch the Video Below For a Recap of Our August Tour
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My time in Panama has been full of friendship, learning, and daily cultural exchanges. This country is not only full of beautiful biodiversity, but also boundless variations in social norms. I learned a lot of these in my time in the Peace Corps when I spent most of my time living, eating, working, and socializing with Panamanians in quite a few of the different provinces here. Over my time here, I have been taking note of the many cultural quirks unique to Panama to prepare you for your next visit to this little Isthmus. Now, on this list will be [...]
Courtesy of Wikipedia This is another segment of our expat interviews, where Megan will interview Renee, a young retiree, who chose Boquete as her retirement destination. Boquete, is located in Chiriquí Province, in Western Panama, next to Costa Rica. It sits at the base of Panama’s highest mountain, Volcan Baru, and enjoys an eternal spring-like climate at 1,200 meters (3,900 ft) elevation. The climate is always one of the main reasons that people live here, with 15° C evening lows to 25°C daytime highs (60°F – 78°F), yes, every day of the year. Boquete is known for its [...]
Pedasí, Panama, is one of our favorite spots on our tours. We actually stay overnight there. And, it has been one of the most popular destinations of our guests who have decided to make the move to Panama. Pedasí is located at the bottom of the Azuero Peninsula on the east coast, just off the Pacific Coast. It is a small town, with a population of about 2,500 people. It is primarily a fishing village, and the town has a public health clinic, two banks, a library and several restaurants and grocery stores. Its pristine beaches are just minutes away [...]
Courtesy of Wikipedia Nueva Gorgona, (New Gorgona) is a town in the Chame District of Panama Oeste (West) province, located minutes from Chame and Coronado. It is 80 km (50 mi) from Panama City, on the major Pan American Highway. It’s beautiful 4.2 km long beach and close proximity to Panama City has attracted developers and Panamanians from the city for many years. The original town of Gorgona dates back to the early 1600’s, and was located along the Chagres River, far from the current location of Nueva Gorgona. Gorgona was named after an island off the coast [...]
We get asked this question a lot: What are the requirements to retire in Panama? You will find that Panama is probably the easiest country in the world to retire in, even on a limited budget. Many countries do not offer permanent residency right away, or ever, and many charge tens of thousands of dollars for the process. Years ago Panama introduced the Pensinado Visa to encourage retirees from around the world to spend their pensions living in Panama. It's a great idea, as retirees do not take jobs from the economy, they only put money into the economy. Panama [...]