Day 181 of 365 Things To Do in Panama

Day 181 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Experience a Pig Roast on the Beach! On Saturday July 1st you can experience a pig roast on the beach with friends, food, fireworks, volleyball, 2 live music performances and lots of fun. Join everyone at the Tiki Bar at Bahia in Gorgona! Festivities begin at Noon!

Day 180 of 365 Things to Do in Panama

Day 180 of 365 Things to Do in Panama. Learn About the Lost Wax Process of Ancient Goldsmiths. Panama's ancient civilizations, cultural traditions and natural treasures come to life in the workshop of Treasures of Panama. You'll see how reproductions of pre-Hispanic artifacts are created using the "lost wax process", the same method the ancient goldsmiths of Panama used thousands of years ago to make their wonderful pieces of gold. Following a video presentation, you will walk down a catwalk where you can learn more about the history behind the pieces. Then you'll see a live demonstration of metal casting and can participate in the process. http://treasuresofpanama.com/tours

Day 179 of 365 Things To Do in Panama

Day of 179 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Look out for Caimans! Caiman crocodiles are found in much of Central and South America and live in lowland wetlands and are quite adaptable to different habitats. Its common species name comes from the bony ridge the Caiman sports between its eyes, which gives the appearance that the reptile is wearing a pair of glasses. The Spectacled Caiman feed mostly on fish, amphibians, other reptiles and water birds. A caiman is an alligatorid crocodilian belonging to the subfamily Caimaninae, one of two primary lineages within Alligatoridae, the other being alligators. They live in lakes and slow-moving rivers. Caimans live in the Panama Canal. They can also

Day 178 of 365 Things To Do in Panama

Day 178 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Get Your Tickets Early for Maroon 5! On Tuesday, September 12th you are invited to the concert of the American Pop-Rock Band: Maroon 5. The event will be held at Rod Carew Stadium at 9:00 pm. This is one of the most anticipated concerts by all Panamanian fans, with all the good music these guys bring the audience will surely vibrate with each performance! Tickets on sale at Panatickets.

Day 177 of 365 Things To Do in Panama

Day 177 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Enjoy an Empanada! Empanadas are a stuffed bread or pastry baked or fried. The name comes from the Spanish verb empanar, meaning to wrap or coat in bread. They are thought to have originated in Spain, where the Empanada Festival is part of Galician culture. Empanadas are made by folding dough over a stuffing, which may consist of meat, cheese, seafood, vegetables. Enjoy!

Day 176 of 365 Things To Do in Panama

Day 176 of 364 Things To Do in Panama. Explore the Lost Waterfalls of Boquete! The Lost Waterfalls is a moderate to difficult hike through the cloudforest in western Panama to three fabulous waterfalls. The hike can take from one to three hours round trips depending on how many waterfalls you want to see. You may spot sloths, monkeys, quetzals or any number of the fascinating wildlife living in the cloudforest. At the pedestrian bridge that crosses the river just before the trailhead, look down to the left. If you're lucky, you'll see the American Dipper, a cool little bird who likes to dive underwater. Enjoy the stunning views, great workout and beautiful waterfalls.

Day 175 of 365 Things To Do in Panama

Day 175 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Attend the Best Bartender Competition! On June 29th, Cocktail Lab - Bartender Competition will be held at Megapolis Convention Center, finishing the Cocktail Week Panama 2017. A competition where you can enjoy the six semi-finalist bartenders, selected in the preliminary round by a select group of industry savvy judges, bartenders will test their skills to win the title award of the "Best Bartender of Cocktail Week 2017". In the event, you can also taste the best creative proposals of national and international liquor brands such as Absolut Vodka, Chivas Regal, Ron Abuelo, Tequila Patrón, Seco Herrerano, and Cointreau, to captivate audiences with their

Day 174 of 365 Things To Do in Panama

Day 174 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Get Your Bounce On! Come and test your jumping skills on any of the obstacles, test your skills in the basketball lanes or throw yourself into a giant pool of foam. La Chorrera Summit Trampoline Park, in the Panama West province, is the ideal place to spend hours of fun in the company of family and friends. It is the most extensive company of its type in the region. The establishment has new indoor parks which include jumping activities such as three “dodge ball” courts, basketball courts for ‘donking’, a climbing wall, battle bars, a foam swimming pool, wall trampolines and hundreds of interconnected trampolines with activities especially designed for

Day 173 of 365 Things To Do in Panama

Day 173.of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Enjoy La Fiesta de la Musica! “La Fiesta de la Música 2017”, is a celebration that was born in France in 1982. The Fiesta celebrates one of the oldest essential and sublime expressions of the human beings: music. Enjoy a week full of music, musical theater, workshops and more from Monday 19th to Saturday, June 24th! Thursday: Workshop of lyrical composition of urban music, led by the singer-songwriter Yigo Sugasti of the Tocando Madera Foundation and accompanied by Alex Montes of Septima Raiz, Inesta, Victor Regueira and Ingrid de Ycaza. It will be in the Tinajas Retention Center. Friday: Musical play “The Ferocious Wolf”, under the direction of Boys Pa

Day 172 of 365 Things To Do in Panama

Day 172 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Celebrate Selfie Day By Taking Tons and Tons of Selfies! Selfies have probably existed as long as hand-held cameras have been a thing. Human vanity is so utterly profound that if we’re given the opportunity to do something self-aggrandizing, we do. This habit, in our defense, doesn’t seem to be strictly human in nature. Given access to a camera and a little time to figure it out, monkeys will start snapping selfies like no one’s business. In 2014, BBC officially declared a Selfie Day, which amusingly heralded a sudden decline in selfies. Interestingly, there was a similar drop after the Oxford English Dictionary added ‘selfie’ to its pages. Apparently

Day of 171 of 365 Things To Do in Panama

Day 171 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Observe the Wildlife of Isla Iguana! Visit the tiny island of Isla Iguana which is home to the largest colony of Magnificent Frigatbirds in the Gulf of Panamá. Isla Iguana is a small island off the eastern coast of the Azuero Peninsula. Declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1981, Isla Iguana protects marine birds, tropical fish, and a large coral reef. It’s a short boat ride from Pedasi and is a pleasant place to visit for the day. This 136-acre (55-hectare) reserve is surrounded by the oldest coral reef in the Gulf of Panama. The reef here is 500 years old and extends some 37 acres (15 hectares), making one of Panama’s biggest. It is home to 12 types of co

Day 170 of 365 Things To Do in Panama

Day 170 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Delight in Sopa Borracha! Looking for a delicious dessert. Try Sopa Borracha, the translation is drunken soup but it is not a soup at all, more like Panamanian Rum Cake, sweetness all the way. It is very popular in weddings and quinceaño. A synthesis of very light and airy sponge cake covered in a delicious rum and sherry syrup decorated with some candies ~Mmmm, Mmmm~

Day 169 of 365 Things to Do in Panama

Day 169 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Walk the Beach! Breath in, breath out and enjoy the relaxing sound of the ocean and sand between yours. Panama has over 2490 km or 1547 miles of beach. It is ranked 50th in the world for length of coastline. Walking is a great form of excise and a fantastic way to get your Vitamin Sea!

Day 168 of 365 Things To Do in Panama

Day 168 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Don't Pay Rent -See Rent! The Broadway classic: Rent, the musical will be presented from Thursday July 13th to Sunday, July 30th, Tuesdays through Sundays. The event will be held at Teatro La Plaza. This is a play based on the Bohéme by Giacomo Puccini, script, music and lyrics by Jonathan Larson, and this time the artistic director Andres Holder with talented artists, brings an excellent version to delight the public with a wonderful set on stage.

Day 167 of 365 Things To Do in Panama

Day 167 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Go to the SUP Races! PANAMA SUP (stand up paddle board) RACE CIRCUIT competition will be held June 17 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm in Playa Venado Veracruz “Stand Up Paddle – SUP” competition part of the RPC Radio Cup of the Atlas Golden Light Circuit. “Short-course” race with an exciting eliminator in the “Elite” categories with a 4K tour for the open categories. Registration open at Paddle Guru Panama Or come cheer on the competitors!

Day 166 of 365 Things To Do in Panama

Day 166 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Shop Tax Free! The Colon Free Trade Zone was created in 1948 and is the 2nd largest in the world behind Hong Kong’s. More than 1,800 companies operate within zone. Most of these businesses are involved with the exporting and importing industry having warehouses, factories, and re-package various products. A semi-independent governmental agency administers the Colon Free Trade Zone granting operational permits and leasing space. To be located in the Colon Free Trade Zone requires companies having a minimum 60% of the imported products to be exported annually and hiring five Panamanians. The Colon Free Zone consists of a port and transit systems design

Day 165 of 365 Things To Do in Panama

Day 165 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Explore the Natural Beauty of Lake Bayano Caves! Lake Bayano is the Jewel of Panama located at the edge of the Darién wilderness. The tranquil spectacular environment is home to hundreds of birds and other animal species, such as monkeys, big cats. The Panama Caves of Lake Bayano were formed over many centuries by an underground river that continues to flow today. A series of caverns carved by crashing waterfalls echo through each smoothly rounded chamber. The caves are easily entered and enjoyed by foot year-round, and partially by boat during the rainy season. Lake Bayano was created from the Rio Bayano and its tributaries following the construction

Day 164 of 365 Things To Do in Panama

Day 164 of 365 Thing To Do in Panama. Enjoy for Ceviche for a Snack or Meal! Ceviche is a popular seafood dish in Panama countries. It is often sold as an appetizer or a snack. It can be made with most types of fin fish, generally delicate white fish like seabass or red snapper. It is also often made up of shrimp or octopus and is served with with salted crackers or fried green plantains. Panama.Ceviche is a raw fish marinated in the juice of a combination of limes, lemons and sour oranges, along with vinegar. The acid from the fruit “cooks,” or rather pickles the fish in a short amount of time, thereby eliminating the need for heating. Simultaneously, the citric acid serves to break down

Day 163 of 365 Things To Do in Panama

Day 163 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Challenge yourself at the Women's Adventure Week! This 7-day adventure begins July 14 through July 20, this includes: Combining the beach in Bocas del Toro, active and cultural activities in the City and in the highlands of Panama, bilingual guides and the fun of the City. This is a great opportunity for establishing a professional network. Includes: all transfers, 6 nights accommodation – 2 nights in Panama City and 2 nights in the highlands of Boquete, 2 nights in Bocas del Toro, one day excursions, all breakfasts, lunch during excursions, entrances to parks National and attractions, information kit and taxes. This program is specifically designed in

Day 162 of 365 Things To Do in Panama

Day 162 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Hone your Photographic Skills! A spectacular workshop on June 24 and 25 will have a super special guest. You will have the opportunity to share an intimate workshop with coach Mexican photographers and creator of Congress photo attitude: Raul Galaviz during their Latin American tour . It is a unique opportunity for amateur and professional photographers who want to learn how to better manage the projection of their image, marketing, costs and get feedback from portfolio, weaknesses, strengths to be able to have a brand image, sustainable business during the time. The workshop has a limited for 10 persons - you can register online. For more information

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