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The History of Panama’s Lake Gatun

The Panama Canal is undoubtedly one of the most famous landmarks of the country. However, despite its prominence, few people know that Lake Gatun, situated in the beautiful valley of the Chagres River, …

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Press cite 2012 as the Year to Visit Panama

One thing is certain: 2012 is Panama’s year.  Since January, media outlets around the world have heralded that there is no better time to visit this vibrant, energetic Central American nation.  But don’t …

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Exploring the Gulf of Chiriquí

Located just off the coast of Panama’s Chiriquí Province, the Gulf of Chiriquí is an unspoiled paradise, comprising two national parks and dozens of islands surrounded by crystal waters and thriving coral formations. …

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The Panama Canal Rainforest

Each year nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts flock to Panama Canal’s staggering 50,000 acres of rainforest in search of rare and unforgettable creatures. The rainforest, which takes up 58% of Panama’s total land …

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Top spots to experience the Panama Canal

One of the greatest accomplishments of mankind, the Panama Canal, has numerous spots from which to catch the best view.  We’ve researched three of the top places to learn, see, and experience this …

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National Geographic names Panama one of the ‘Best Trips in the World’

Here at Pearl Island Living we are delighted to announce that Panama has been voted one of the ‘Best Trips in the World’ by National Geographic.  This selection further cements Panama as an …

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