El único Panamá - Week 35

Welcome to our weekly series about the uniqueness of Panama! Panama boasts the biggest pool in Central America and the second biggest in the world! Photo: Playablancaresort.com The pool is a 17-acre (7-ha) saltwater pool holding 600,000 gallons of water with an average temperature of 84 °F (29 °C). It features a large water slide, swim-up bar, and two Jacuzzis nearby. It’s a fun place to swim, enjoy water sports or just hang out. This man made lagoon is located in Cocle Province on the Pacific Coast in Playa Blanca Resort and Residences.

El único Panamá - Week 34

Welcome to our weekly series about the uniqueness of Panama! Photo:littleleague.org Vacamonte Little League Wins 2018 Little League Baseball® Latin America Region Tournament - Off to the Little League World Series! For the 10th time in its nation’s history, a team from Panama is in the Little League Baseball® World Series as Vacamonte Little League from Arraijan, Panama, won the 2018 Little League Baseball Latin America Region Tournament. This will be the first time that Vacamonte Little League has made a trip to the Little League Baseball World Series and the 10th time a team from Panama heads to Williamsport. Panama, along with Canada, has the distinction of being the first country outside

El único Panamá - Week 33

Welcome to our weekly series about the uniqueness of Panama! Cobre Panama is the largest new copper mine in the world it is also the first copper mine to be developed in Panama. Image: Enstoa | YouTube Mining in Panama began in colonial times. Gold, silver, zinc, lead, manganese, iron and copper are some of the minerals that have been found in Panama. The country has two of the largest undeveloped copper deposits in the world. Mining has become one of the fastest growing sectors in the Panamanian economy, and it is expected to expand even quicker after the government disclosed last week it has identified mineral reserves estimated at USD 200 billion, at current prices, according to Businessp

El único Panamá - Week 32

Welcome to our weekly series about the uniqueness of Panama! Panama is famous for its Geisha Coffee which is the most expensive in the world! In the online auction 'The Best of Panama 2018', the Asian company Black Gold Coffee Co paid the highest amount per pound that has been registered for a coffee of the geisha variety. They paid $803 per pound surpassing the highest price of $601 paid for a grain of this type. It was purchased from Elida Geisha Green Tip Natural which produces the grain in the District of Boquete, according to www.centralamericadata.com. This magical bean is unlike any other, it is fruity, smooth and produces a silky-tea like coffee. Harvested and hand picked in the t

Citizens Call Center 311 to Include Tourist Info

Around 40 operators from the Citizens Attention Service have been trained to give information about tourism; culture and history to national and foreign tourists who call 311 and it is expected that number to increase in the near future. This is one of the initiatives taken by the Panama Tourism Authority (ATP) in preparation for the World Youth Day (WYD) that will take place in Panama from the 22nd to the 27th of January. Gustavo Him, ATP administrator said that it is important to give accurate information to the thousands of pilgrims who will come to the country to participate in the JMJ. “We started with the communication tool ‘Tourism 311’, which is the same line of the Citizen Advice Se

El único Panamá - Week 31

Welcome to our weekly series about the uniqueness of Panama! Pineapple - the Natural Candy of Panama! The pineapple of Panama continues to be one of the top exported fruits. It enjoys a worldwide reputation and the main markets are in Europe, the United Sates and Asia. The pineapple does not have a harvest season, the fruit is picked throughout the year. The weather and soil in Panama are satisfactory for its production. It is planned and not produced automatically all of which helps make the pineapple sweeter that those from other countries. However, despite their sweetness they are low in calories but rich in vitamins, enzymes and antioxidants. Pineapples can help aid indigestion, build

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