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This Could Be Your View in Panama

Panama is blessed to have diverse climates. You can live at the beach, but in less than an hour, you can be in the mountains or vice versa. So picking the best place to live in Panama is a personal choice.

Daytime temperatures at the coast are 90F (+/- 5) or 32C. For every 1000-foot increase in elevation, the temperature drops 4 degrees. So, you can literally pick your ideal temperature.

In this video, Larie talks about how she determined the best place to live in Panama.

Larie went on an all-inclusive 6-day 7-night Panama Relocation Tour to help her determine where to live in Panama. There are so many great choices to fit any budget. A Panama Relocation Tour takes you through Panama City, to beach towns and to mountain towns. While the bus is traveling from one city to the next, it’s like a rolling seminar to teach you all the things you need to know to have a smooth move to Panama.

Come see how you live LIVE BETTER for LESS 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. Michael Robinson says

    Hello Jackie, I pulled my federal criminal record. No felony convictions but one misdemeanor charge from early 90’s. Is it possible for me to be connected to an attorney in panama that can give me insight on my chances of obtaining a permanent visa?

    • Jackie Lange says

      if you don’t have a felony, you can get approved!

      In the Complete Panama Relocation Guide, we have a list of reliable and affordable immigration lawyers, honest real estate agents, and all the other information you need for a smooth move to Panama. See details at https://panamarelocationtours.com/guide

  2. Peter Johnston says

    Before we commit to doing a relocation tour (and the expense) , we thought a vacation to the country first would be a good way to see a little of Panama. Is there an area to recommend to visit to get a taste of Panama?

    • Jackie Lange says

      every part of Panama is different. There are big cities, high end beach towns, affordable beach towns, spring like weahtermountain towns, warmer mountain towns, island paradises on the Pacific side and the Caribbean side. So, it just depends on what you are looking for

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