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Living Near The Beach in Panama

Wondering what life would be like if you retired near the beach in Panama? After taking a Panama Relocation Tour in December 2017, Dennis & Lenore moved from Reno, Nevada to Boca Chica, Panama. Watch this video to learn what life near the beach in Panama is like for them.

In September we’ll have a lot of interviews of Panama Relocation Tour clients who have relocated near a beach in Panama.  Panama has 1,500 miles of coastline!

We’ve been offering Panama Relocation Tours since 2010 and have helped thousands of people relocate to Panama the easy way.  With the knowledge our tour clients receive during the tour, they avoid the mistakes that so many others experience when they relocate to Panama.

Panama Relocation Tours has the experience you can trust… and the testimonials to prove it!

 

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.

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  1. Dan Hammack says

    You better like being layered in sweat if you’re going to live near the beach in Panama. Too much humidity for me.

    • Jackie Lange says

      Dan, some people love living near the beach and the heat. I prefer living in the mountains in Panama where the daytime temperatures are in the mid-70s every day. In Panama, there is something for everyone!

  2. Richard says

    I like it warm, my hands and arms get cold at 75 degrees

    • Jackie Lange says

      Richard, Panama has 1500 miles of coastline. I’m sure you’ll find the perfect WARM place to live in Panama!

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