15 Pensionado Visas This Month

Panama Relocation Tours logo So far this month, 15 people who came on a Panama Relocation Tour got their Pensionado Visa and relocated to Panama! Many of them came on a tour less than 6 months ago. HOW DID THEY DO IT SO FAST?? Because during the tour we give them all the information they need to make a fast, easy and stress-free relocation to Panama including affordable immigration lawyer contacts, affordable health insurance, how to get pets to Panama, finding a rental, buying a car (or not), and much more!

save money in panama A Pensionado Visa entitles you to live in Panama indefinitely – if you want to. However, when you get a Visa you are not required to stay in Panama, you only need to come back for a few days every 2 years.  A Visa also allows you to take advantage of many discounts like:

50% off entertainment like movies, theaters, sports, etc.
50% off hotels Monday through Thursday (30% off on weekends)
30% off public transportation like buses, trains, and boats
25% off airfare to anywhere in the world
25% off restaurants (15% off fast food)
25% off electrical, telephone, and water service
20% off doctors and specialists
15% off hospitals and private clinics
15% off dental and optometry services
10% off prescription medications

Just yesterday, James (#15) got his permanent Pensionado Visa. He moved to Panama 4 months ago… just one month after taking a Panama Relocation Tour. Within 1 hour of arriving, he was playing bass guitar in a band. Within a month, he met the perfect girlfriend and they now share a house together. Next week, James will be doing a video about his amazing experiences living in Panama. His video will be available on our YouTube channel later this month. Subscribe to our channel now so you get instant notification when a new video is uploaded.

James’ story is not unique. Many who come on a Panama Relocation Tour relocate to Panama shortly after taking a tour. They can relocate with total confidence knowing exactly what to do and how to do everything necessary. During a Panama Relocation Tour, you’ll also learn what NOT to do which is equally important and can help you avoid costly mistakes

During an all-inclusive Panama Relocation Tour, we spend the full 6-days teaching you all the things you need to know to relocate to Panama quickly and easily.  Every day during the tour you’ll meet others who have already relocated to Panama so they can talk about why they picked the area where they live.   You’ll see a variety of different areas and learn about the pros and cons of each area to help you decide where to move to in Panama. There are absolutely no sales pitches during the tour but you will get to see rentals in each area.

A Panama Relocation tour is not about visiting museums or other tourist attractions! There’s plenty of time for that after you move to Panama.

Since 2010, Panama Relocation Tours has been helping people relocate to Panama. Our December tour is our 115th tour! We have the experience you can trust , and need, to make a life-changing decision to relocate to Panama. Like so many of us, you’ll determine that moving to Panama was the best decision you ever made in your life.

We can help you make your dreams of moving to Panama a reality!

Come see how you can live BETTER for LESS in Panama!

(UPDATE December 18th — as of today, TWENTY people from a Panama Relocation Tour have relocated to Panama and got their Visa)


Jackie Lange

Jackie Lange is the founder of Panama Relocation Tours and lives in the highlands of Boquete Panama. She has helped thousands of people relocate to Panama.

Reader Interactions


  1. Branch Isole says

    Jackie- We love your Saturday podcasts and appreciate all the great information you share. What is the normal or average wait, for Pensionado Visa process?

    • Jackie Lange says

      HI Branch. I’m glad you enjoy the Saturday podcasts. It takes about 5-7 days to get the initial (temporary) Pensionado visa. Then about 3-6 months later, you get a permanent visa.

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