Keith Loves Living in a Tiny House in Panama

After Keith came on a Panama Relocation Tour in June 2021, all he could think about was moving to Panama. Instead of his original plan to retire in 5 years, he retired just 6 months after taking a tour.

He always dreamed of living in a tiny house and found the perfect home in Panama.

In a few short weeks after moving to Panama, he was able to find the tiny house, get a visa, buy a motorcycle, and make a lot of new friends.

Every day is a new adventure for Keith. He loves living in Panama. Watch the video to see what his life is like in paradise:

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There are houses of all different sizes and prices in Panama.

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

The Complete Panama Relocation Guide has all the information you need to know to have a smooth, hasssle-free move to Panama… like Keith had!

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. Donna foy says

    Hi Jackie, I Have 2 questions please. When I move to panama do I still keep my American citizenship as well as Panama and do I still need to pay any American taxes if I live in Panama full time ?

    • Jackie Lange says

      Donna, you do not lose your US citizenship just because you live in a different country. When you get a visa, it only gives you permission to live in Panama indefinitely, it does not grant citizenship.

  2. Denise Robertson says

    I want a tiny home. Should’ve b4 I sold my Finca on Playa Chumico. Set me up & I’ll purchase the land.
    Sell Casco Antigua for me!!

  3. Tosha says

    I’m interested in learning more abt this place. What is the ratio for cost of living there versus the U.S. What language is mainly spoken?

    • Jackie Lange says

      In Boquete, more people speak English but the primary language in Panama is Spanish. Costs can vary a lot. There is something to fit every budget.

  4. Melody Ann Houston says

    I love Panama ! I’m really thinking of retiring there, and Boquete seems to be my choice. I can’t afford to do the trip with you but I watch these videos all the time.
    It’s my dream. I’m 66, single. Unfortunately I have some debt to pay off first. But I’ll get there.

    • Jackie Lange says

      Melody, you should follow your dreams. When you come to Boquete, you might want to take a 1-day private tour to get more familiar with the 21 different microclimates and where things are located. A private tour is only $250 for a day.

      • D. Gordon says

        What areas are included in the tour ?

  5. Bill Carpenter says

    Just watched your presentation of the new “Friendly Nations” visa program. Is this program limited to certain countries or just meet the requirements? My stepson, wife and two children are interested in joining us where we decide to retire. Currently they live in Thailand, doing well financially, both university educated and are looking towards their family’s future.

  6. Laurie says

    Love this for you, Keith! This video was very helpful.

    • Jackie Lange says

      Glad you enjoyed Keith’s video!

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