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Forbes: Panama “Will Be Hot With Travelers and Expats In 2024”

This Forbes feature predicts that Panama “Will Be Hot with Travelers and Expats In 2024.”  Expect to see more features like this one in international media over the next year as Panama is poised to reap the benefits of its recent investments in PR & tourism marketing.  With all that is going on in the world, Panama stands out as a great tourism, investment and residential option that is receiving increasing attention.

Dive into Panama City’s vibrant fusion of history and modernity! In the heart of Central America, Panama City stands as a testament to architectural marvels. Its skyscraper-studded skyline mirrors Miami’s chic elegance, while the enchanting Casco Viejo, a UNESCO World Heritage site, transports you to an era of neoclassical splendor reminiscent of New Orleans’ French Quarter.

Discover why Panama City is the new ‘it’ destination for travelers, digital nomads, and expats in 2024. With direct flights, a golden visa, and a welcoming digital nomad program, Panama beckons with open arms.

The Central American Destination That Will Be Hot With Travelers And Expats In 2024, According To Experts

by Brittany Anas


“Simultaneously old and new, Panama City is having a moment, and travel experts say the destination is piquing the interest of tourists and resonating with digital nomads and expats, poised to be an “it” destination in 2024.

Tocumen International Airport’s new terminal allows for several new direct flights into Panama from the U.S., plus a golden visa and a digital nomad program are easier to secure and access compared to other programs around the world.

Depending on where you’re from, the architecture may feel familiar. But with those modern skyscrapers and the European flair, plus the Spanish and Afro-Caribbean culture, Panamá City provides a diverse experience that can’t be found anywhere else, says Ivan Saprov, founder and CEO at Voyagu, which connects travelers with travel agents.

“At the same time all the perks of a big city are there, including both authentic and haute cuisine restaurants plus pedestrian areas,” he says.

For vacationers, the small, tropical country has everything from rainforests to beaches on both coastlines, the Caribbean and Pacific, all within driving distance of Panamá City, says Mercedes Zach, a travel agent and expert with Asaptickets. What’s more, the development of places like Pearl Island means that travelers can have a two-for-one experience in the vibrant city and on a secluded island, a short helicopter ride away.”

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