Viewed as a cultural and historical mixing pot, Panama City is almost five centuries old, with architecture varying from the colonial to the glass and steel skyscraper. The Old Town has been painstakingly restored, its once crumbling mansions now luxury boutique hotels. Don’t miss up the opportunity to take a tip along the famous Panama Canal which bisects the country to link the Pacific Ocean to the Caribbean Sea.
1h58m to Playa Blanca
Situated an easy drive south of Panama City, the resort of Playa Blanca can be found near the little town of El Fallaron del Chiru. The resort’s all-inclusive hotels offer a high standard of accommodation, dining and activities. Once you’ve dipped a toe into the warm waters of the Caribbean you won’t want to leave, but the pull of the Canal, rainforest and of course Panama City itself will be hard to resist.