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Top 10 Reasons People Leave Panama

I love living in Panama.  But some people move to Panama then realize it’s not right for them, so they move away.  It’s not always a “bad” reason that causes people to leave Panama.  There are many different reasons people leave Panama.  During this conference call, I discuss the top 10 reasons people leave Panama.  […] The post Top 10 Reasons People Leave Panama appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

New Rules for Getting a Visa in Panama

This blog post is a summary of the Conference Call on Saturday, October 17th.  We had some technical difficulties with the audio replay.   To get any residency Visa in Panama, you are required to present a national criminal report, like an FBI report.  If you have ANYTHING on your national criminal report, no matter […] The post New Rules for Getting a Visa in Panama appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

REPLAY Learn How to Simplify Your Life in Panama

When you first move to Panama, it will take awhile to learn where to go shopping for the things you really want or need.  Sometimes people get frustrated because they can’t find a certain item to make their favorite recipe or the perfect accent piece for their new condo on the beach.   I remember one […] The post REPLAY Learn How to Simplify Your Life in Panama appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Canadian Living in Panama

Gwen moved from Canada to Las Tablas Panama where she enjoys warm weather every day. In this video she talks about building a house in Panama, safety, medical expenses and more. At the end of the video, she shares important advice for anyone who is considering relocating to Panama. Las Tablas is a town of […] The post Canadian Living in Panama appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Perfect Retirement in Pedasi Panama

Sue and Bob moved from Michigan to Pedasi in 2018. Originally they lived in Pedasi part time. After a few years they fell in love with the easy, laid back lifestyle and affordable prices so now they live in n Pedasi full timer. They are renting an amazing furnished two bedroom house on a large […] The post Perfect Retirement in Pedasi Panama appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Getting a Visa: Why, How and When

One of the most confusing things about moving to a different country is getting a Visa.  In Panama, a tourists can stay for 6 months.  People from most countries can visit Panama with just their passport, no tourist Visa is required and no tourist Visa is issued when you arrive. You just get a stamp […] The post Getting a Visa: Why, How and When appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

VIDEO: Panama Beach Paradise

Meet Phil and Gloria! Phil, a Canadian, came to Panama for a vacation in 2006. He fell in love with Panama’s natural beauty and affordable prices. He bought a beach front house and has lived in Panama ever since. He met Gloria, from Colombia, about five years ago and they have been a perfect pair […] The post VIDEO: Panama Beach Paradise appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

REPLAY: The Big Reveal for Private Tours and Conference Call

If you’d love to check out Panama but not comfortable with a group tour because of the pandemic, you will love our new Private Tours!  During the September 26th conference call, we revealed our new Private Tours in Panama.  These tours are for specific towns or areas and only cost $200 per tour per day. […] The post REPLAY: The Big Reveal for Private Tours and Conference Call appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Renting in Panama- The Do’s and Do Not’s from a Pro

With so many people planning to move to Panama and looking for a rental, I thought you could use some advise from a pro!  So, I asked my friend Elaine Hayes to write an article about renting in Panama.  She has lived in Panama five years and moved TEN times.  She’s uniquely qualified to advise […] The post Renting in Panama- The Do’s and Do Not’s from a Pro appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

VIDEO: Amazing Cat Sanctuary In Panama!

Panama just seems to attract the nicest and most adventurous people, like Judy Odom!  She moved to Panama in 2003, bought 100 acres in the jungle and built an off-grid home all by herself. Later, she sold that property so she could build a cat sanctuary and a new home on an amazing property overlooking […] The post VIDEO: Amazing Cat Sanctuary In Panama! appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Expats in Panama Giving Back to the Community

One of the many joys of moving to Panama are finally having the time to do the things you want to do, when you want to do them. People who move to Panama bring with them years of experience in business, teaching, photography, and other endeavors. They love giving back to the community by sharing […] The post Expats in Panama Giving Back to the Community appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Single Women Moving to Panama

Single women, and single men, move to Panama too!   There are singles on every Panama Relocation Tour! Listen to the replay of the conference call from September 19th when Laura talks about what it’s like to be single in Panama.  She’ll discuss: ♦ Is it safe ♦ housing options (RENT first!) ♦ how to meet […] The post Single Women Moving to Panama appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Covid Testing for Travel to Panama

On October 12th, Panama will allow anyone to come in to Panama who presents a negative Covid test that is not more than 96 hours old.  But which Covid test should you get so it will be acceptable? Marne Coggan wrote a great article about his experience with getting a Covid test, the right test, […] The post Covid Testing for Travel to Panama appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Replay: Q and A Call September 5th

On Saturday, September 5th we hosted our weekly conference call about moving to and living in Panama.   Because of the pandemic, Panama’s borders have been closed since March so we have not been able to do any Panama Relocation Tours.  We know you are anxious to come check out Panama so we have been hosting […] The post Replay: Q and A Call September 5th appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

VIDEO: Out of This World Hobby In Panama

There are so many interesting people living in Panama.  It’s fun to hear their stories about their previous life and why they moved to Panama. Ben is certainly one of those people with an interesting life. For his first retirement, he and his wife sailed around the Caribbean for about 10 years. Then for their […] The post VIDEO: Out of This World Hobby In Panama appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Health Insurance Options in Panama

Health care and health insurance costs continue to go up in the United States.  For retirees living on a fixed income, it has become harder to afford health care and health insurance.   Many factors contribute to the price of health insurance premiums, such as state and federal laws regulating costs, where you live, whether you […] The post Health Insurance Options in Panama appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Panama Update and Replay House Sitting Call

Since the pandemic began in March, Panama Relocation Tours has been hosting a weekly conference call to interview people who live in Panama or a call to answer your questions.   We know you’re anxious to come check out Panama or ready to relocate to Panama so we hope these calls are keeping you informed about […] The post Panama Update and Replay House Sitting Call appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

REPLAY Q and A Call PLUS Special Report Panama’s Future

Do you like that view in the photo above?  That the view where we stay the first night of a Panama Relocation Tour!  It’s about 20 minutes west of Coronado.  One thing you’ll hear over and over again is how much everyone on the tour loves the places where we stay and the amazing meals […] The post REPLAY Q and A Call PLUS Special Report Panama’s Future appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

BREAKING NEWS! Panama’s Plans to Open the Borders

FINALLY we have some dates!! This Tuesday, August 25, the National Government announced the new dates of the national reopening plan based on health indicators against COVID-19. The number of new cases and number of deaths has been going down recently! Panama will reopen the construction industry and related activities such as engineers, architects, project […] The post BREAKING NEWS! Panama’s Plans to Open the Borders appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Move from the USA to Panama

Gene talks about his experiences moving from the USA to Alto Boquete Panama including finding a rental, buying a car, cost of living and much more! Gene is paying $600 a month rent for a furnished two bedroom two bath house with a carport. That price includes all utilities. Gene came on a Panama Relocation […] The post Move from the USA to Panama appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Panama Dreaming – The Birth of Soursop Hostel

Once upon a time 30 year old Nicholas Gagnier had a VISION which he turned into a GOAL and now exists as a REALITY in the Soursop Hostel.  His dream is now a hostel, micro-farm and retreat destination, named after the powerful Soursop fruit, (known locally as “Guanabana”) nestled away in the mountains of Sortova, […] The post Panama Dreaming – The Birth of Soursop Hostel appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Finding The Best Place to Live in Panama

Moving to Panama is an amazing adventure.  Depending on where you live, and how you live, you may be able to significantly reduce your cost of living while also increase the quality of your lifestyle!  One of the first things you’ll need to do is to determine the best place to live for you.  Everyone […] The post Finding The Best Place to Live in Panama appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

REPLAY and Pandemic Update for August

The photo above is the Amador Causeway in Panama City.  The bridge that you see in the background is the Bridge of the Americas.   Ships go under that bridge to enter the Panama Canal from the Pacific side. Panama’s borders are still closed to tourists.  However, on July 31st President Cortizo announced that he would […] The post REPLAY and Pandemic Update for August appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

REPLAY: Starting a Business in Panama

On Saturday, August 1st, I interviewed Andrea Cook who moved to Panama about ten years ago.  During the call, she talked about starting a business and also all the things she enjoys doing in Panama.  Listen to the replay of her call below. Panama has a lot of rules and regulations for travel agents and […] The post REPLAY: Starting a Business in Panama appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

VIDEO: Sustainable Living in Panama

There are many reasons to relocate to Panama including a lower cost of living and better weather.  But one of the big factors is having an abundance of food that is grown right here in Panama.  Panama has everything you need to sustain our life.  There are fish from two Oceans.  In the low lands, […] The post VIDEO: Sustainable Living in Panama appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

REPLAY – Move to Panama Q & A Call July 2020

Since March, when Panama closed their borders because of the pandemic, Panama Relocation Tours has been hosting weekly conference calls.  Sometimes the calls are an interview with someone who lives in Panama and sometimes we do a Q & A conference call.  Both calls give you a glimpse of what life is like living in […] The post REPLAY – Move to Panama Q & A Call July 2020 appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Starting a Business in Panama

James and Barbara Bradley moved from Canada to Panama with their young children. They saw the need for custom cabinets and countertops so started a business to deliver quality products. In the video, they talk about the challenges and triumphs of starting a business in Panama. A few years ago, they took on partners Bryon […] The post Starting a Business in Panama appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

REPLAY: How to Live Better for Less

The pandemic has caused millions of people to lose their jobs or businesses.  It’s also given people time to do some soul searching to decide what they want their life to be like when things get back to a new normal.  Some have decided they don’t want to go back to working 60-80 hours a […] The post REPLAY: How to Live Better for Less appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

VIDEO: Living in a Panama Paradise for Thirty Years

Carla Black moved to Panama thirty years ago. She lives about 10 minutes outside of Volcan on a property that is adorned with beautiful flowers and amazing views! In this video Carla talks about how things have changed in Panama over the past thirty years. And she shares her advice for anyone who is considering […] The post VIDEO: Living in a Panama Paradise for Thirty Years appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

VIDEO: Living At the Beach in Panama Part Time

LOOK AT THAT VIEW!  Pat and Kay live part time at La Barqueta which is in Chiriqui Province about 40 minutes southwest of David. Chiriqui Province is on the far western side of Panama.  They came on a Panama Relocation Tour and were considering coming to Panama for a few months every year.  But when […] The post VIDEO: Living At the Beach in Panama Part Time appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

There’s Something For Everyone In Panama

It is hard to follow social media and news outlets without thinking that our world has been turned upside down. Some places have rioting, fighting, looting and how could we forget this horrible thing called Covid-19.  Because of all this,  some have begun to do some deep reflection and even started wondering if now is […] The post There’s Something For Everyone In Panama appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Getting Involved With Your Community in Panama

Listen to the replay of the July 11th conference call with Mary Taft who came on a Panama Relocation Tour with her daughters then relocated to Panama in 2018.  Mary lives in Alto Quiel which is about 20 minutes North of downtown Boquete.  She is very involved with her community by volunteering at Salvadores de […] The post Getting Involved With Your Community in Panama appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

VIDEO: You Can Reduce Your Cost of Living in Panama

Reginald (aka Reggie) came on a Panama Relocation Tour in 2019 then relocated to Boquete Panama a few months later. In this video he talks about how he has been able to significantly reduce his cost of living which has taken the stress away about retirement. He is actually saving money during retirement because his […] The post VIDEO: You Can Reduce Your Cost of Living in Panama appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Video: Puerto Armuelles Panama

In this video, Pat talks about living in Puerto Armuelles which is in the far western side of Panama. Pat has lived in Puerto Armuelles for 15 years. Puerto is a beach town that has been very economically depressed for 20 years because their major employer Chiquita Banana left.  So some areas in Puerto are […] The post Video: Puerto Armuelles Panama appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Retire in Panama Conference Call Replay

Panama Relocation Tours hosted a Q & A conference call on July 4th.  I honestly did not think many people would show up since it was Independence Day in the United States and I knew many would be celebrating with friends and family.  Much to our surprise, 346 people showed up for the live call!  […] The post Retire in Panama Conference Call Replay appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

VIDEO: Living in Volcan Panama With Six Kids!

Check out our newest video of Ben and Kama who moved from Texas to VOLCAN Panama with their 5 (now 6) children! There are many families with children in Volcan and it’s ideal for retirees too. They are attracted to the lower cost of living,  laid back lifestyle and the freedom to live the way […] The post VIDEO: Living in Volcan Panama With Six Kids! appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Panama Is Not Just For Retirees

A lot of people think that only retirees move to Panama.  Not so!  Panama certainly gets a lot of retirees who want to take advantage of the lower cost of living, great weather and the famous Pensionado discounts. Panama attracts people of all ages who are looking for a more affordable lifestyle and business opportunities.  […] The post Panama Is Not Just For Retirees appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Safe Pockets of Fortune

Since 2010 we’ve been helping people relocate to Panama.  We’ve completed 122 relocation tours and taught 1000s of people the many benefits of retiring and living in Panama.  With all the crazy things going on in the world, in the last couple of months I’ve received hundreds of calls and emails from people who are […] The post Safe Pockets of Fortune appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Make $107,600 Tax Free Living in Panama

A lot of businesses are allowing their employees to continue working from home despite that some offices are partially open again.  All you need to be able to work from home is a good internet connection.   You can use Zoom or Skype to stay in touch with the office. Even after the Covid virus, some […] The post Make $107,600 Tax Free Living in Panama appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

Immersion – How Much Is Right for You

by Ellen Bailey When considering a move to another country, one of the most important decisions you will make is how immersed you want to be. Some choose to move to a community full of Expats where they will feel a little more comfortable, while others wish to move to one predominately populated with locals/natives. […] The post Immersion – How Much Is Right for You appeared first on Panama Relocation Tours. Read More Read More »

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