Interesting people from all over the world relocate to Panama. Some move for the great weather, or new adventures and to reduce their costs of living. To help you learn more about living in Panama, we interview people living in various areas in Panama. Here are some video and audio interviews with expats who call Panama home:
Meet Teri Novak who lives in Boquete. She’s actively involved with the Rotary Club and talks about the amazing things the Rotary does to help the people in the community. The Rotary is always looking for new volunteers and donations to help accomplish their goals.
Meet Pryce, a 16 year old who moved to Panama when he was 11. Pryce came on a Panama Relocation Tour with his parents when he was 10. They moved to Playa Blanca when he was 11. But there were no children for him to play with at Playa Blanca. The heat and humidity plus $150+ electric bills got old at Playa Blanca. So Pryce and his family moved to Boquete. Since moving to Boquete, Pryce has immersed himself in the culture, made a lot of friends (mostly Panamanians), and become fluent in Spanish. Watch his video to learn his advice for anyone moving to Panama:
Meet Ben who lives in the Volcancito area near Boquete. He moved to Panama in 2007, built a house and also built an observatory.
Meet Dennis and Lenore who live in Boca Chica. They purchased a house (with seller financing) just a few minutes walk to a beautiful beach:
Meet Carla Black who has lived in Volcan for 30 years
Meet Carol who lives at a beach community not far from Las Tablas
Meet Krstl who lives in Boquete
Meet John and Peggy who live in a rural community hear Dolega
Meet Trina who lives in a beautiful condo on the beach in Gorgona