Panama Timeshare Resales
Looking for a tropical vacation destination that offers it all? Look no further than Panama. Central America's southernmost country, Panama is a trove of attractions ranging from the marvelous Panama Canal to vibrant cosmopolitan cities, indigenous villages, gorgeous beaches and ecotourism experiences. Check out exciting things to do from a Panama timeshare.
See the Panama Canal
Considered one of the world's greatest engineering achievements, the Panama Canal is the country's iconic attraction. The best way to see the ships passing through the famous canal is from the four-story Miraflores Lock Visitor Center. Take a boat cruise for close-up views of the famous waterway and beautiful scenery along the way.
Panama's capital city is a vibrant, cosmopolitan blend of both modern skyscrapers and historic quarters with plenty to see and do. Besides seeing the famous Panama Canal, other must-do things from your Panama timeshare include viewing the remarkable Bridge of the Americas and eating delicious ceviche at the Fish Market. Tour the city's most popular museum, Biomuseo. Check out the ruins of the city's original location at Panama Viejo.
The city's beautiful waterfront promenade is a great place for outdoor recreation. Hike up Ancon Hill in the Metropolitan Natural Park to see exotic plants, birds, animals and panoramic views. Head to the Amador Causeway at night for dancing, live music and parties.
Don't leave Panama City without exploring its old quarter, which dates back to the late 1600s. During the day, take a stroll along the narrow, cobblestone streets and admire the Spanish colonial buildings. Visit historic sites and churches, browse quaint shops, and enjoy a cup of coffee in a charming plaza. At night, this old district vibrates with bars, pubs and music pouring out into the streets.
Half an hour outside of Panama City, the Gamboa Rainforest is a great place to take the whole family for the chance to see parrots, monkeys, and jaguars. Take a night safari to see nocturnal creatures. Ride an aerial tram, visit a butterfly farm and the indigenous villages of Embera.
Bocas del Toro
An archipelago off Panama's northern Caribbean coast, Bocas del Toro is a tropical paradise of white-sand beaches, extensive coral reef and cerulean water surrounded by lush rainforest. This is a popular destination for snorkeling, diving and sailing as well as jungle trekking, mangrove kayaking and canopy tours
Meet the Guna People of San Blas
San Blas is home to the indigenous Guna people. The Guna's livelihood centers around farming, fishing and tourism. A visit here allows you to experience their culture, buy their traditional embroidered clothing and stay overnight in rustic lodges. You can also relax on the beautiful beaches here and snorkel off the reefs.
Head out from your Panama timeshare to this picturesque mountain town in the Chiriqui Highlands, which offers a bouquet of delightful ecotourism experiences. Zipline through the Cloud Forest around beautiful waterfalls. Go hiking, horse riding or rock climbing up Baru Volcano for the chance to spot the strikingly colored quetzal bird. Enjoy whitewater rafting on the Chiriquí Viejo. Tour a coffee plantation and sample fresh coffee.
Coiba National Marine Park
Located off the Pacific Coast on the largest island of Central America, this marine park is a mecca for nature lovers with its large concentration of aquatic species as well as many local birds, plants and animals. Everyone in the family can have fun with howler monkeys, dolphins, turtles and snorkeling, diving and sport fishing.
When to Visit
The best time to visit your Panama timeshare is during the dry season (December to April), which is also the busy high season. The offseason is the rainy season (April to December). If you're on a budget or want to avoid crowds, you might try the low shoulder (April to June).