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Top Water Sports trips in Panama:

 

 

 

There are many reasons for choosing Water Sports in Panama:

Boasting dense tropical rainforests, pristine white sand beaches, modest mountain ranges and more, Panama offers plenty to see and experience. One great way to sample this unique and incredibly beautiful landscape is to head out onto the water and make your way from river to sea.

 

 

Good to know:

Country Code:

+507

Language:

Spanish

Currency:

Balboa (PAB) and US dollar

Best time to visit:

October to April, though many guides offer trips year-round

How to get there:

Any trip to Panama begins with a flight into Tocumen International Airport (PTY). From here, it is easiest to rent a car and drive to your final destination

What’s the weather like?

During the dry season, temperatures in Panama are fairly constant and hover between 25 ºC and 30 ºC (77 ºF to 86 ºF). During the dry season, rain is less frequent but still occurs

More info about Water Sports in Panama:

Sandwiched in between Costa Rica and Colombia, Panama is a small and tropical country that connects North and South America. Boasting plenty of rivers and coastline on both sides, the country has many different water sports hotspots, in spite of its small size. Among the most popular water sports activities in the country are white water rafting trips on the Río Chiriquí Viejo, Río Fonseca, Río Gariche and Río Chiriquí. This network of rivers is located in the west of the country and offers adventures suitable for everyone. Thrill seekers can choose some of the steeper rivers in the mountains that offer more intense rapids. Others that run through the jungle, are perfect for wildlife watching and cooling off on a humid day. Kayaking is also a popular option with many guides offering trips on Gatun Lake, in the Panama Canal. Here, there are opportunities to see massive cargo ships and explore biodiverse islands. Another popular option is to head to the Caribbean Sea and explore the San Blas Islands, one of which was used during the filming of the popular Netflix series, Money Heist (Casa de Papel)

 

 

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