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6 Best Places To Live Or Retire In Panama

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Panama has been deemed one of the best retirement destinations for more than 20 years but, where in Panama should you live or retire?

Kathleen and Lief discuss three of the most sought out places to live or retire in Panama and three places you may not have thought of.

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1:00. Panama City: It has many amenities such as restaurants and shopping malls. The city is home to a large community of expats. Note that you'll have a different lifestyle depending on which neighborhood of Panama City you choose.

3:44. City Beaches: They are typically 45 mins to 1 hour away from Panama City. Coronado is a top choice for expats, having many restaurants and shopping places. Buenaventura is another option. Keep in mind, the City Beaches are not the prettiest in Panama.

6:27. Boquete: Has the most established expat community. You could get by without any Spanish. Plus, this mountain town is much cooler compared to Panama.

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8:11. Chitré: An inland small town with modern amenities. Chitré is very affordable so it might be a great option if you're on a budget. Plus, the beaches are only 20–30 minutes away.

9:36. Mariato: This is a small town with an expat community of 300–400 people. This is a great option for adventurous expats that like the outdoor lifestyle and want easy access to great surfing beaches.

11:07. Pedasí: This is also a great option if you like to surf. However, it is not as affordable compared to other options. You will find a great community of expats if you move to Pedasí.

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Best Places to Retire in Panama

Jessica Ramesch shares the best places to retire in Panama.

Some of the best retirement destinations in Panama also happen to be among the most beautiful places in the country. A happy convergence of natural beauty, convenience, low cost of living, and more makes these towns ideal for the would-be expat…of any age. Whether you’re looking to retire from your current job and “do nothing” or you just want to make a change, these locations are worth checking out.

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Panama, officially the Republic of Panama, is a transcontinental country in Central America and South America, bordered by Costa Rica to the West, Colombia to the South East, the Caribbean Sea to the North, and the Pacific Ocean to the South.

The capital and largest city is Panama City, whose metropolitan area is home to nearly half the country's four million people and counting.

Panama was inhabited by indigenous tribes before the Spanish colonists arrived in the 16th century. It broke away from Spain in 1821 and joined the Republic of Gran Colombia, a union of Nueva Granada, Ecuador, and Venezuela.

Panama's wildlife is the most diverse in Central America. It is home to many South American species as well as to North American wildlife.

Panama has a tropical climate. Temperatures are uniformly high, as is the relative humidity, and there is little seasonal variation.

Diurnal ranges are low; on a typical dry season day in the capital city, the early morning minimum may be 24 degrees celcius (75.2 farenheit) and the afternoon maximum 30 degrees celcius (86 farenheit).

The temperature seldom exceeds 32 degrees celcius (89.6 farenheit) for more than a short time. Temperatures on the Pacific side of the isthmus are somewhat lower than on the Caribbean, and breezes tend to rise after dusk, in most parts of the country. Temperatures are, markedly, cooler in the higher parts of the mountain ranges, and frosts occur in the Cordillera de Talamanca in western Panama.

Almost all of the rain falls during the rainy season, which is usually from April to December, but varies in length from seven to nine months. In general, rainfall is much heavier on the Caribbean than on the Pacific side of the continental divide. The annual average in Panama City is little more than half of that in Colón. Although rainy-season thunderstorms are common, the country is outside the hurricane belt.

Panama's tropical environment supports an abundance of plants. Forests dominate, interrupted in places by grasslands, scrub, and crops. Although nearly 40% of Panama is still wooded, deforestation is a continuing threat to the rain-drenched woodlands. Tree cover has been reduced by more than 50 percent since the 1940s. Subsistence farming, widely practised from the northeastern jungles to the southwestern grasslands, consists largely of corn, bean, and tuber plots. Mangrove swamps occur along parts of both coasts, with banana plantations occupying deltas near Costa Rica. In many places, a multi-canopied rain forest abuts the swamp on one side of the country and extends to the lower reaches of slopes on the other.

The Main Provinces In Panama are…
• Bocas del Toro
• Chiriquí
• Cocle
• Colón
• Darién
• Herrera
• Los Santos
• Panamá
• West Panamá; and Veraguas

The Panamanian currency is officially the balboa, fixed at a rate of one to one with the United States dollar since Panamanian independence in 1903. In practice, Panama is dollarized: U.S. dollars are legal tender and used for all paper currency.

Spanish is the official and dominant language. The Spanish spoken in Panama is known as Panamanian Spanish. About 93 percent of the population speak Spanish as their first language. Many citizens who hold jobs at international levels, or at business corporations, speak both English and Spanish. About 14 percent of Panamanians speak English; this number is expected to rise because Panama now requires English classes in its public schools.

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Bordered by Costa Rica to the west, the Caribbean to the north, Panama is a popular location considered as one of the best destinations for relocation by many expats.

1. Panama Has Awesome Weather.

Panama has tropical weather, with breezes off the Pacific that makes the climate comfortable.

The average temperature is 75 F in the mornings and 86 F in the afternoons.

April to September is the rainy season.

There is no need to use a heating system, so Panama is an excellent choice for those who don't like cold weather.

2. Panama Has Wonderful Tourist Attractions.

Expats and travellers will enjoy the modern buildings, the famous Panama Canal, Pearl Islands, San Blas Islands, and a variety of water sports and activities.

Panama is an excellent location for adventure-seeking expats and tourists.

Most people travel there to visit the Panama Canal, which is one of the world’s greatest feats of engineering. Many people like to take the partial or full crossing of the canal.

3. Panama Offers a Very Affordable Cost of Living.

Expat retirees widely agree that the cost of living in Panama is much more affordable than other popular destinations. The rental cost near the city’s main streets would be $800 to $900 per month.

Besides, all the inexpensive clothing, bedding and food attract more and more expats moving to Panama.

4. Minimal Language Barrier.

There are many expatriates living in Panama. Though Spanish is the official language, English is considered the second language of Panama, and many of the local residents can speak English fluently.

5. Panama is Politically Stable

Panama has an open and stable political system. Due to a continuing economic growth, more and more foreigners are willing to invest in Panama,

and this again promotes economic prosperity. The political and economic stability have made Panama a safe country to stay.

6. Panama Has Clean Water.

According to health experts, tap water is generally drinkable in Panama.

However, most expats would want to start with bottled water and minimize the amount of tap water. In general, the water in Panama has been reported to be clean, but it makes sense to check first.

7. Panama Has Delicious Food.

Generally speaking, food in Panama has been influenced by Spanish, American, Caribbean and indigenous peoples.

Except for traditional Panamanian dishes, American style meals are offered in many restaurants.

Besides, there are a range of snacks, desserts and local beverages for you to choose from.

Most expats will also be able to buy excellent food to make at home at the local stores as well.

8. Panama Offers Quality Medical Care.

Medical care in Panama is generally pretty good. However, medical services may vary greatly depending on where you go.

The capital, Panama City has the best medical facilities and physicians.

The doctors in Panama are usually well trained in the U.S. and speak English. Expats and tourists will want to obtain international health insurance during their stay in Panama, with emergency medical evacuation coverage, medical treatment in Panama and globally, as well as dental & vision care.

9. No Taxes on Overseas Income.

Panama has a territorial tax system, which means that there is zero taxation policy of foreign income.

This applies to Panamanian residents and companies. This policy attracts many foreigners to become a resident of Panama.

10. Panama is Expat Friendly.

Many expatriates will find that the local residents of Panama are very friendly.

Since Panama has been an international destination for a long time, Panamanians are highly accepting of foreigners and Americans in particular.

In addition, the USD is the main currency being used in Panama.

11. Panama Makes it Very Easy to Get a Visa.

We'll be covering visa requirements in our next video in this series.

12. Panama is a tax heaven.

Panama is considered one of the most well-established tax havens in the world.

If you work online or have your own business and invoice international clients, your tax rates will be close to zero.

13. Panama is the Safest Country in Latin America.

With a stable government and a small population, Panama is considered to be the safest country of Latin America.

Because of the Canal and the tax jurisdiction, there is an international interest in preserving a safe environment for investment across the Republic of Panama.

14. There is So Much to See and Do.

It is not a lie that the best of Panama is found outside of Panama City. That is not to say that the capital is not an exciting, vibrant city.

But with mountains, desert islands, Caribbean beaches and rainforest galore, living in Panama means going on amazing road trips and getaways, over and over again.

Retire in Panama - Living on Less Than Social Security

Randy came in a Panama Relocation Tour in 2019 then moved to Boquete right after the tour. In this video he talks about his new life in Panama, how he is able to live on LESS than his Social Security and he offers advice for anyone thinking about moving to Panama.

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Since 2010, Panama Relocation Tours has been offering monthly 6-day 7-night all-inclusive relocation tours of Panama. We've completed over 120 tours! During a tour you'll see a variety of different areas, meet ex-pats, and learn all the things you need to know to make a super easy transition to living in Panama.

We now offer the ONLINE Complete Panama Relocation Guide to help you learn all the things you need to know to have a smooth and easy transition when relocating to Panama. You'll be able to avoid costly mistakes when you get access to our reliable immigration lawyers, honest real estate agents/property managers, where to buy health insurance, how to get your pets into Panama, and much more.

Living in PANAMA CITY: How to Move There, Cost of Living, and Job Options (2020) | Expats Everywhere

The next city you voted for on the Great Expat Cities series is Panama City, Panama. Here, Josh and Kalie from ExpatsEverywhere break down moving to, living in, and working in Panama City. They explain visas, the cost of living, expat neighborhoods, job opportunities, and more. Do you think Panama City is a good place for expats? You might be surprised at the cost of living and the visa process. Comment below on what you think!

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The 10 Cheapest Countries To Live or Retire | You Might Not Need to Work

You often dream of quitting your job, ditching it all and moving to paradise.
In this video, International Living revealed top 10 cheapest places to live & retire for 2019, and the reasons why we think these are the best places to consider.
The list isn't just for retirees, it's also for people who want to live somewhere so cheap that they don't have to work.
10. Spain.
9. Thailand.
8. Peru.
7. Portugal.
6. Colombia.
5. Malaysia.
4. Ecuador.
3. Mexico.
2. Costa Rica.
1. Panama.
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Quick ride around Boquete, Panama

Boquete is a very popular retirement town for Americans and Canadians. Spend some time googling around to read about all the different incentive Panama offers to retirees that decide to move here. It's pretty impressive and will probably have you thinking about making the move down.

But whatever you do don't sell everything and jump on a plane. Keep your place in the states and come rent here for at least a year. Living in Panama full time is very big change, give yourself some time to see if you really will like it here, and an escape plan in case you decide to say, Hell with this.

Nice place, lot of rain, lot of conspiracy theorists, but nice place.

Retire in Paradise! Expat Carol describes life on the beach in Panama.

Carol recently retired on the beach in Guararé, Panama. In this video, she explains why she loves the culture & people of Panama. The lower cost of living in Panama allows her to go out to eat, go to the movies, and travel even while living on a fixed income. Check out her $550 a month beachfront rental!!

Are you thinking about moving to Panama? Get our free guide & discover what life in Panama could be like for you!

Since 2010, Panama Relocation Tours has been offering monthly 6-day 7-night all-inclusive relocation tours of Panama. We've completed over 120 tours! During a tour you'll see a variety of different areas, meet ex-pats, and learn all the things you need to know to make a super easy transition to living in Panama.

We now offer the ONLINE Complete Panama Relocation Guide to help you learn all the things you need to know to have a smooth and easy transition when relocating to Panama. You'll be able to avoid costly mistakes when you get access to our reliable immigration lawyers, honest real estate agents/property managers, where to buy health insurance, how to get your pets into Panama, and much more.


Important Message for Anyone Considering Retiring in Panama

Melodee came on a Panama Relocation Tour in March. Retiring in Panama has been her dream for a long time. Despite a lot of research, she still had many questions about how to relocate to Panama. She got all the details she needed during her Panama Relocation Tours. She shares an important message for you during this video.

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5 Reasons not to buy a boat! - Sailing Q&A 23

Boats go wrong all the time: they kill relationships, are never clean, change the way you look, and eat money!

There are lots of videos telling you to buy a boat, but SHOULD you? Sometimes boat life is not what it's cracked up to be. We know cruisers who liked the idea of the dream, but were brought down to earth by the reality of living aboard 24/7.

In this frank discussion, we let you in on the secret hell of owning a boat, sometimes alluded to but seldom covered in depth by most sailing channels. Even if it's only a weekend boat, or for spending a few months on a year, boats will gnaw away at your patience.

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8 Reasons Why Americans LEAVE Costa Rica [Why I Left]

The TRUTH about living in Costa Rica: Why do so many Americans leave Costa Rica after moving there? In this video, I explain what causes expats to change their minds about retiring abroad and why I left Costa Rica after 8 years. Some of the initial reasons that people want to move to Costa Rica include the moderate climate, laid back lifestyle, fresh and healthy food, friendly people, beaches, medical tourism, and the low cost of living. But is Costa Rica really a safe and friendly country or is it actually dangerous and expensive? Once they arrive, many people realize that living in Costa Rica wasn't quite what they expected. Unfortunately, that results in people returning home quite soon after arriving.

After helping more than 500 foreigners move to Costa Rica and living there for eight years, this video explains the top reasons why people move back to the USA and why I left, too, so that you know more about what to expect BEFORE you get there. This is the real and sometimes dark truth about living in Costa Rica. What do you think are the biggest pros and cons of living in Costa Rica? Let us know in the comments.

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00:32 How many Americans live in Costa Rica?
00:53 Why people retire in Costa Rica then leave
1:03 #1 High Cost of Living
3:30 #2 Inability to Adjust to the Culture
5:45 #3 Unrealistic Expectations versus Reality
6:45 #4 Healthcare and Health Problems
7:10 #5 Missing Family and Homesickness
8:20 #6 Crime Rate - Is it Dangerous or Safe?
10:58 #7 Negativity from Other Expats
11:53 #8 Misc Things: Infrastructure, extreme weather, and too much Pura Vida
15:04 Why people stay in Costa Rica forever
15:38 Why I left Costa Rica to become a digital nomad
18:15 Why I don't regret moving to Costa Rica
18:50 Conclusion

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Kristin is also a writer, public speaker, podcaster, and TV host who has been featured on The Today Show, HGTV's House Hunters International, Huffpost, Bloomberg Businessweek, The New York Times, Business Insider, ESPN, and more.

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Which country is better Panama or Costa Rica ?

Both Panama and Costa Rica attract thousands of expats to live and retire in these countries. I recently traveled to Panama and asked the question which country is best Panama or Costa Rica? Please share your comments and let us know what you think.

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This is BOCAS TOWN. Travel to Bocas Del Toro, Panama.

Before we arrived Bocas Del Toro, Panama, we had a difficult time finding much on YouTube about the town. Therefore we decided to do our own vlog about the town to give other people a better idea of what the town is like!

We started off our day in the centre of town at the main park (Parque Simón Bolívar) in the centre of town. This is also where you pick up buses to get to other parts of the Isla Colon. We then went and got fresh juice from a vendor in town.

After that we went and explored the boutiques in town. There are lots of great small shops and surf shops and is great for shopping.

We then went and got lunch from a great little take away shop called Amaranto. Having to wash it down with something we head to La Buguita to have a drink and take in the great view of the water taxis and waterfront area.

Lastly we take you back to our great Airbnb just outside of town in Saigon Bay. It’s called Koko Resort and is a group fully equipped overwater bungalows. That we’d highly recommend renting when in Bocas Del Toro!

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Bocas del Toro, Panama:

Bocas del Toro is a province in Panama with an island chain off the Caribbean coast, and a section of mainland with a very biodiverse rainforest. Isla Colon, the most important island, is home to the capital called Bocas Town. Bocas Town is full of touristic places with many restaurants, shops and very active nightlife. Among the most popular beaches Boca del Dragon is perhaps the most well known. One of the main attractions in Isla Colon is the Starfish Beach, named for the number of sea starts you can find there. Bocas del Toro is the perfect place if you are planning on visiting the archipielago.

Bocas Town:

Boca Town is a touristic town on the southern tip of Colon Island. The corregimento of Bocas del Toro has a land area of 67.3 square kilometres (26.0 sq mi) and had a population of 7,366 as of 2010, giving it a population density of 109.4 inhabitants per square kilometre (283/sq mi). Its population as of 1990 was 5,274; its population as of 2000 was 4,020.

Relatively few Panamanians live on the island, opting for cheaper housing on the mainland. Mainland residents working on Colón Island travel by boat. Bocas del Toro is a popular tourist destination year-round. The town is small enough that most places are within walking distance. The streets are arranged in a grid. Avenidas (avenues) run east to west and calles (streets) run north to south. Bocas del Toro is still relatively unknown as a dive destination. However, it offers a great diversity of aquatic life around its islands.


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Awe-inspiring scenery, vibrant cities and a welcoming atmosphere all make Canada a popular tourist destination. As the largest country in North America, Canada is a vast land encompassing majestic mountains, virgin forests, spacious prairies and Arctic tundra. While much of the nation is of British and French descent, Canada is home to a mosaic of multicultural communities. Here's a look at the best places to visit in Canada.

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Why Panama is So Welcoming to Retirees

Besides boasting great weather and an incredible variety of landscapes and places to live...friendly, warm people...cultural activities...and a very affordable cost of living...Panama is also one of the easiest countries on our beat for U.S. and Canadians to integrate into—making your move quick, easy, and hassle-free.

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