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Geisha

Arabica Coffee in Panama is recognized as some of the best in the world. Panama has continued to put itself on the map of outstanding coffees with the Geisha varietal of arabica coffee. Geisha is an heirloom varietal from the Gesha province of Ethiopia. This variety of arabica coffees stands out above all other coffees of this type produced in […]

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Portobelo

Declared by UNESCO as “World Heritage”, the town of Portobelo is known as a “historic monument collection”, since you can visit several sites in the same place. Portobelo Bay Even though Christopher Columbus visited the bay on his fourth voyage in 1502, it took another 95 years to build a town in that area. During the sixteenth […]

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Isla Pelicano

San Blas (Guna Yala)

For many years the beautiful collection of pristine islands of San Blas seemed far, expensive and unobtainable unless traveling by small planes. Today the road to San Blas is perfectly paved with the exception of a few sections where the pavement has washed out exposing dirt and rocks. The drive takes approximately 2.5 hours from Panama City’s Corredor […]

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Biomuseo, Panamá, septiembre 2014. @Fernando Alda

Biomuseo

Since the early days of the creation of the Biomuseo, the name Frank Gehry has been used to spearhead the promotion of the project, however, not to take credit away from the famous architect and his extraordinary, eclectic, origami-like metal and cement structure whose colors play with the sky, the real credit goes to the team of experts […]

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