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Located in the heart of the Americas, surrounded by both the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, lies Panama. With a plethora of deserted islands, chilled Caribbean vibes on one side and monster Pacific swells on the other, Panama sits poised to deliver the best of beach and sea life to all who visit her shores. A whole new world begins at the water's edge. Seize it by scuba diving with whale sharks in the Pacific, snorkel along the rainbow reefs of Bocas del Toro or setting sail in the indigenous territory of Guna Yala, where virgin islets sport not even a footprint.

Panama is a narrow, snake-shaped stretch of land that divides oceans and continents, it has long been one of the world’s greatest crossroads – far before the construction of its famous canal.

Though its historical ties to the US have led to an exaggerated perception of the country as a de facto American colony, Spanish, African, West Indian, Chinese, Indian, European, and several of the least assimilated indigenous communities in the region have all played a role in the creation of the most sophisticated, open-minded, and outward-looking society in Central America. The wildlife-viewing and adventure-travel options are excellent.

Stretching 80km from Panama City in the south to Colón in the north, the Panama Canal is a work of engineering brilliance. One of the largest and most ambitious human endeavours, the waterway allows massive vessels – which otherwise would have to travel all the way south around Cape Horn – to traverse the isthmus in less than one day.

East of the canal spreads the rainforest of Parque Nacional Soberanía, the greatest possible contrast to the canal’s mechanical might, and home to monkeys, sloths, jaguars, and crocodiles. Delve into the park’s humming, humid atmosphere on one of its many accessible pathways, and you’ll discover unparalleled biodiversity.

Colón, at the Atlantic entrance to the canal, and only a boat or train or bus ride away from Panama City, seems like a different world from the capital, which is a city known for its vibrancy and buzz.

Other highlights of the region, for more remote cruising experiences, include the San Blas islands and the Pearl islands.

Temperatures in Panama remain high all year round.  The dry season runs from February to April, and that’s a great time to visit as although it’s warm September to December, you’re more likely to encounter some rainfall.

Panama is a wonderfully diverse and exciting country and no adventure aboard a luxury superyacht should miss out on the opportunity to traverse one of the greatest wonders of the modern world - the Panama Canal.

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