REPLAY: Retire in Panama Q&A

It’s a big decision to retire in Panama, so we know it helps to get answers to some of your questions before you even set foot in Panama.

Since 2010, Panama Relocation Tours has offered monthly Q&A calls or Livestreams to answer your questions. We’re the original company to offer relocation tours and Q&A calls. We’ve been asked and answered every question there is about moving to and living in Panama and helped thousands of people have a smooth move to Panama.

We have the experience you can trust.

Watch the October 29th, 2022 Retire in Panama Q&A replay below:

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When you’re ready to explore Panama to see all that Panama has to offer and find your new place to call home, consider joining us for an all-inclusive 6-day, 7-night Panama Relocation Tour.

You’ll see the most popular places to live, see rentals every day, meet experts and expats, and when the bus is traveling from one location to another, it’s like a rolling seminar to reach you all the things you need to know for a hassle-free move to Panama.

If you already have a short list of places to live, we recommend doing a Private Tour of the area(s), so you can learn more in a few days than you could possibly learn on your own in many months.

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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. Bill Williams says

    How much US money can one transfer to Panama?

    • Jackie Lange says

      There is no limit on how much money you can wire to your Panama bank account.

  2. Ginny says

    I am in a wheelchair are there places for wheelchair people?

    • Jackie Lange says

      Unfortunately, Panama is not very wheelchair friendly. The only town that has wide sidewalks and smooth roads near town is El Valle. There are no vans for wheelchair assistance. See what El Valle is like.

  3. carl bradley says


    My wife and myself are both pensioners and would like to relocate to Panama. What are the age limits?

    • Jackie Lange says

      There is no age limit for getting a residency Visa in Panama.

  4. Pam Hailey says

    We are coming by boat. What are the requirements for a cat and dog.

    • Jackie Lange says

      The requirements are the same when you bring pets in by boat. The international health certificate cannot be more than 30 days old. (airlines require them to be no more than 10 days old). See other details, shot requirements, home quarantine info, etc at

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