Ready to Retire in Panama

Paula and Dean came in an all-inclusive 6-day 7-night Panama Relocation Tour in September 2021. In this video, they discuss their experience with Panama Relocation Tours and exploring Panama.

In Panama, they fell in love with the laidback lifestyle, friendly people, amazing weather, and natural beauty They are ready to slow down from their hectic lifestyle then retire in Panama.

You can too!

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Learn more about the all-inclusive 6-day 7-night Panama Relocation Tours HERE

We also offer Private Tours of the most popular places to live in Panama.

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. brian swanson says

    Hi Jackie
    Brian from Canada again I received my Criminal Record 2021/09/21 from RCMP everything came back cleared I will send away for my wife soon as well, my question if we come down in March 2022 with these Documents to start the process for Pensionado visa is there any other Documents I will need to get.
    Thx Brian

    • Jackie Lange says

      HI Brian. It depends on which visa you are getting. If you’re getting the Pensionado Visa, you will need proof of lifetime income. Since you’re married, you will need a certified copy of your marriage certificate. All documents will need to be authenticated by the Panama Consulate. And none of the documents can be older than 6 months when you apply. It’s better to get a complete list of documents needed from an immigration attorney and discuss with them which visa is the best fit for you. We have recommendations for immigration lawyers in the

  2. Mohamed Mohsen Abdalla . I go by Mohsen says

    is Panama good for male single to move to Panama

    • Jackie Lange says

      There are plenty of singles in Panama.

  3. Patrice Beauchamp says

    Hi Jackie, we are planning a trip there in Jan or Feb 2024. We would like to stay in a VRBO in Boquete to experience more the reality of Panama life. Looking at maybe 2 or 3 weeks. Any suggestions from you as to area of town and would you be available for a fee of course to give us some of the information that you do on your tours?

    • Jackie Lange says

      Hello Patrice If you do not want to rent a car, you will probably want to stay in the BAJO Boquete (downtown) area. You can get all the information shared during a tour plus all updates and ongoing support with the Complete Panama Relocation Guide

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