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Unfortunately, this Covid-19 virus has put a stop to international travel and coming on a Panama Relocation Tour so you can see how you can live better for less.
But the Panama Relocation Tours team will be providing weekly conference calls or videos with expats who live in Panama who will give you glimpse of what their life is like living in Panama. These weekly conference calls or videos will give you additional information to add to your research about relocating to Panama.
Listen to the replay of a call with Ellen who came on a Panama Relocation Tour with her family in 2014. They moved from Alabama to Playa Blanco, near Coronado, then relocated to the Boquete area. She and her husband and son have lived in Panama almost 5 years. They have the Friendly Nations Visa and work permits so they can work in Panama. Her son is now 16 and thriving in Panama.
In this call she will talk about:
♦ Why they moved to Panama
♦ Why they moved away from a beautiful beach town
♦ Moving to Panama with 3 pets
♦ Cost of living in Panama
♦ Health care in Panama
♦ How Panama has improved her health substantially
♦ What she misses about the USA
♦ What she does not like about living in Panama
♦ And much more
Check out her views!
NOTE: We do not give out contact information for the people we interview for these “My Life in Panama” conference or video calls because they don’t want to be bombarded with emails. If you have a question about living in Panama, please email [email protected]
NEXT WEEK: We will be doing a video interview with a couple who lives in CHAME, which is a beach town few miles east of Coronado. Stay tuned for more details.
Last week, Panama closed their borders to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus. The only people who can come in to Panama are Panamanians or foreigners who have a permanent residency Visa. And those who do come in must be in self-isolation for 14 days.
We’re not on total lockdown but everyone has been advised to stay home and practice self-isolation. That means you don’t invite friends or neighbors over or go walking around town. You can still go to the grocery store if necessary. There is a nationwide curfew from 9pm to 5am.
As of March 18th, Panama has 86 cases and 1 death due to the Covid-19 virus.
Movie theaters, bars, malls, gyms, museums, etc were ordered to close. There can be no social gathering so the Friday Panama Relocation Tours Alumni Happy Hours have been cancelled. Even beaches are closed to the public. All schools are closed.
Grocery stores are still open but only 50 people are allowed inside at any one time. No one is hoarding. There is still plenty of food and even toilet paper. Senior citizens get to go to the front of the line if there is one.
Pharmacies are still open too. Hardware stores are still open. Many workers are wearing masks and gloves and some shoppers are too. Masks are still for sale in pharmacies and hardware stores.
Restaurants that are still open can only offer take-out or home deliver service. No dine in service is allowed. Some restaurants have closed temporarily.
Yesterday, they put a ban on alcohol sales throughout Panama. People seem to be more upset over that than the virus. You cannot buy alcohol anywhere in Panama. I have one bottle of vinto tinto (red wine) which I’m saving for the day they announce the “all clear”!
We had to cancel Panama Relocation Tours through April 17. We hope it is resolved by then so we can resume tours. Most of those who had a tour cancelled switched to a tour later in the year before those dates are completely sold out! We’re still taking new reservations for 2020 and 2021 every day.
It all sounds drastic. And it is. We’re fighting an invisible enemy.
We are accepting reservation for 4 new tour dates in 2020:
September 25 – October 2
We have limited seating available and expect these tours to sell out quickly. If you’d like to join us in Panama you should make a reservation today.
We require a deposit of $500 USD per person to make a reservation. To pay the deposit go to our Book a Tour page, select the tour you would like to reserve, enter your name, then click the Pay Now button. Our website accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.
We do not accept reservations by phone or email.
To make a reservation your must use our BOOK A TOUR page.
The remaining balance for your tour will be due 30 days before your tour date. Per our refund policy, all payments received are fully refundable as long as you cancel at least 30 days before your tour.
The total price for our 6 day, 7 night all-inclusive tour is $2,400 for 1 person in a private room or $4,000 for 2 people sharing a room.
Already have a reservation?
If you already have a reservation and would like to switch to one of these tour dates, you must make a new reservation from our Book a Tour page.
We can not accept date change requests via phone or email.
If you have an existing reservation, during checkout enter a note to let us know that you are switching tours. We will refund the deposit for your original tour date within 48 hours. There is no change fee for this date change.
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