The Complete Panama Relocation Guide ONLINE

We’ve been offering our 6-day 7-night all-inclusive Panama Relocation Tours since 2010.  We’ve completed more than 136 relocation tours and helped thousands of people relocate to Panama the stress-free way. We have hundreds of five-star reviews on our website, facebook, youtube and trip advisor.

We have the experience you can trust, and need, when making a life changing decision to relocate to Panama.  Don’t settle for anything less.

When we had to cancel most Panama Relocation Tours in 2020 because of the pandemic, most of those people switched to a tour in 2021 which resulted in us selling out a year in advance. We know you’d love to get on a Panama Relocation Tour too!    See our tour dates here.  We know you may not be able to wait for an opening for a Panama Relocation Tour – you are ready to move to Panama as soon as possible and need our expert advice so you can avoid costly mistakes.

You have two choices, you can get on a back up list just in case we get a tour cancellation.  Or, here’s another way we can help…


Now we are offering the Complete Panama Relocation Guide ONLINE as an easy way for you to learn all the things you need to know to have a smooth, stress-free move to Panama. 

The Complete Guide contains 21 different modules, each with many subcategories neatly organized so you can find the information you need quickly and easily. You get instant access and it’s available 24/7 so you can learn at your own pace. You’ll learn things you didn’t even know you needed to know!

With Our Complete Panama Relocation Guide You’ll Learn…

♦ Why Panama is the ideal place to relocate to, especially for retirees
♦ The Two Best Residency Visa Options
♦ Exclusive immigration attorney contacts with special pricing
♦ The best places to live in Panama – based on your lifestyle preference & budget
♦ Get our trusted property manager and real estate agent contacts throughout Panama
♦ How to Get Your Pets to Panama – the most affordable way with the least stress
♦ How to save 40-50% on health insurance in Panama (learn where to buy and where not to buy)
♦ Tips for finding a rental property in Panama & what to watch out for
♦ Buying real estate in Panama and how to get financing (and what not to do too)
♦ How to buy a car in Panama & how to use public transportation
♦ How to get mail in Panama including Amazon orders (and avoid customs fees)
♦ International mover contacts for household goods and cars
♦ The best cell phone company to use in Panama and essential apps for expats
♦ How to set up an online business in Panama (which could be tax free)
♦ Bi-lingual and international schools available throughout Panama
♦ Plus much more…

In addition to all the information you will receive, you’ll also get our support to help you have an easy transition when relocating to Panama.  The Complete Panama Relocation Guide is …

The Complete Panama Relocation Guide will take away all the guesswork and confusion
about relocating to or retiring in Panama.

It’s your road map to a smooth and easy transition to living in Panama.

The Complete Panama Relocation Guide is ideal for those who:

♦ Can’t get on a Panama Relocation Tour on the dates you prefer
♦ A Panama Relocation Tour is outside your budget
♦ Prefer to explore Panama on your own
♦ You want to retire sooner rather than later with the money you have now
♦ You want clear, easy to follow details that take you from clueless to confident
♦ You want to lower your cost of living without sacrificing lifestyle.

With our new ONLINE Complete Panama Relocation Guide, you can TRY BEFORE YOU FLY The Guide gives you the opportunity to learn what your life will be like living in Panama before you spend money on a flight to Panama. 

We know that Panama is not right for everyone. The Guide will help you determine if Panama is right for you before you spend money on an international flight, hotels, or a Panama Relocation Tour.

The Online Guide will also help you determine which area in Panama is a good fit for your needs.

Once you finish the Complete Panama Relocation Guide, we highly recommend that you visit Panama before you make your final decision to relocate to Panama.   There’s nothing like seeing Panama up close and personal, visiting the towns you like best, visiting the grocery stores and check out some rentals with the help of our property manager contacts.    We’ll be readily available to answer your questions too!


We get calls and emails every day from those who are anxious to relocate to Panama as soon as the borders open.  But there’s a lot of things that you don’t know that you don’t know about relocating to Panama.  Not knowing how to get things done the RIGHT WAY can cost you tens of thousands of dollars.  Using the wrong immigration attorney can cost you thousands of dollars too much.  Picking the wrong international mover could result in you not seeing your household goods ever again.  Using the wrong real estate company could easily cost you thousands of dollars too.

Take the guess work out of relocating to Panama, get the Complete Panama Relocation Guide for ONLY $595.  The Guide will SAVE YOU MONEY and save your sanity!

We’ve helped thousands of people consider a move to Panama

Since 2010, we’ve had thousands of guests come on our 6-day all-inclusive Panama Relocation Tours. We’re received hundreds of 5-star reviews on Facebook, TripAdvisor, YouTube, and our website.

We know exactly what it takes to make moving to Panama as stress-free as possible.

Why Move to Panama?

Panama is much more affordable than North America or Europe. Relocating to Panama could make it possible for you to retire early and retire with a quality lifestyle without sacrificing.

Panama is a small country with only 4 million people that is less than a 3-hour flight to Miami. There are 1,500 miles of coastline and beautiful mountain vistas through the middle of the country.
You can pick your ideal temperature based on elevation.

Because Panama is only 9 degrees from the equator the temperature is consistent all year.

It’s about 90 degrees (+/- 5) along the coast. The temperature drops 4 degrees for every 1,000 feet increase in elevation. For example, in the mountains outside of Boquete – at 4600 feet – daytime temperatures are in the mid-70s all year! You don’t need an air conditioner or heater so electric bills are usually less than $20 per month month.

Health care is excellent and very affordable

You can see a doctor in his private office for $12 or go to a public hospital to see a well-trained doctor for only $2.

Panama has very affordable health insurance too! The cost of health insurance at the private hospitals is approximately your age plus $40. So if you’re 55 years old, you’d pay approximately $95 a month. There are no age restrictions for this health insurance. If you have pre-existing conditions they may be excluded the first year or two but covered after that. You can also use the public hospitals even if you have pre-existing conditions. International health insurance is available too.

Fast and easy residency visa

If you have at least $1,000 a month in lifetime income, you qualify for Panama’s famous Pensionado Visa which entitles you to discounts on just about everything including 25% off airfare to anywhere in the world, 20% off at restaurants, 50% off at movie theaters, and more. If you don’t have a pension, other Visa options are fast and easy too.

We really encourage you to rent when you first move to Panama. Many rentals come completely furnished and include all utilities too. This makes it possible to control your monthly cost of living with no surprises. Recently, during a Panama Relocation Tour, we saw a fully furnished 3-bedroom house facing the ocean for only $600 a month and a two-bedroom fully furnished house in the mountains for $700 a month. What is fully furnished? It comes with pots, pans, dishes, silverware, coffee pot, sheets, towels, microwave, TV, etc – everything you need so you only need to bring your clothes!

Panamanians are super friendly.

In some areas of Panama English is widely spoken. But in some areas, it is not. But at least you have the choice to live in a town where English is widely spoken.

Panama has the highest wages in all of Latin America. According to, the average wage in Panama is $24,500. This means there is a growing middle class. Unemployment is very low which also keeps crime low.

Panama’s economy is strong with very little debt. And their democratic political system is stable.

These are all good reasons to move to Panama!


How do I receive the information?

Everything is provided online. You get instant access to a members-only area of our website immediately after your purchase. Log in anytime using your computer, phone, or tablet.

How long do I get access?

You get lifetime access. You can access The Guide as often as you’d like to for as long as you like.

Is this a book? What kind of content is this?

No! This is not a book. The Guide is a members-only area of our website. It consists of mostly text articles with a handful of videos. We have plans to add more videos over time.

Will you be updating the guide?

Absolutely! We update The Guide as needed when information changes. You will always have access to up-to-date information since you access it on our website.

Do you offer support?

Yes! Under each article you can leave a comment to ask a question. We’ll get back to you as quick as possible with an answer.

What is your refund policy?

All sales are final. We do not offer refunds. This product is for people who are seriously considering or planning a move to 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.

Reader Interactions


  1. Nesha says

    When a person buy this guide and say they are satisfy with what they see can they arranged with you guys to come to panama without going on the tour

    • Dustin Lange says

      The purpose of The Guide is to give you the information and contacts you need to arrange a move to Panama on your own. You wouldn’t need to arrange a trip with us. The only services we offer in Panama is our tours.

  2. Kevin says

    If we buy the online version, would that amount apply to the tour?

    • Jackie Lange says

      If you buy the Online Guide then later decide to take an all-inclusive 6-day tour, you get a $200 discount. There are no discounts for the Private Tours. With the information in the Online Guide, you probably will not need a group tour. It has enough information for you to make the move to Panama.

  3. Eduardo Gouldburn says

    Hi Jackie my question is why not print a hard cover Panama relocation guide book instead of just having only the online option I for sure would rather have a hard copy and maybe others will also rather have a hard copy if there’s a update then we can go to your website and download it please let me know what you think and thank you for all the valuable information of Panama

    • Jackie Lange says

      Those who go on an all-inclusive 6-day Panama Relocation Tour get a hard copy. Those who purchase the Complete Panama Relocation Guide get an online version that can easily be updated.

  4. Doug says

    Is the online guide maintained? I.e. If I buy it now, but relocate in a year or two, will the trusted lawyers, real estate agents, etc. be kept current?

    • Jackie Lange says

      The Online Guide is maintained. We keep it updated as often as necessary. We just added a new immigration attorney that is only $1200 for a Pensionado visa!

  5. Rick Abraham says

    Please send material

  6. Aurry Guzman says

    Hi Jackie

    Im from Boston Mass. I was born in PR. I’m thinking of moving to Panama when I Retire at 62. I will love to get a tour with your company. Please advice me.

    Thank you.

  7. Linda says

    Is Panama wheel chair friendly? My husband doesn’t walk.

    • Jackie Lange says

      Linda, I’m sorry but Panama is not wheelchair friendly

  8. Joan says

    We are hoping to arrange for a private tour soon. How do we secure a guide for this trip? Thank you.

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