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Our 6-day, 7-night ALL-INCLUSIVE Panama Relocation Tour™ will introduce you to the affordable and wonderful lifestyle available when you retire in Panama. You’ll pay one flat fee for the Tour which include all ground transportation, all hotels, all meals between check in and check out day, a domestic flight back to Panama City PLUS all the information you need to relocate to Panama the easy way. You’ll learn all the things you need to know, like getting a Visa, finding a rental, where to get affordable health insurance and how to get your pets to Panama but you’ll also learn about the cultural differences in Panama. We’ve been doing Panama Relocation Tours since 2010 and have hundreds of 5-star reviews. We’re the Panama Relocation Experts!
Learn What Your Life Could Be Like When You
Retire in Panama
This is NOT a real estate buying tour. There is no agenda to “sell” you anything. Our only goal is to introduce you to the Panamanian way of life and give you all the information you need to make a smooth retirement in Panama. You will get information about and see some rentals just so you can see what’s available at various prices. In fact, if you do move to Panama, I strongly advise that you do not buy right away, it’s better to rent for at least 6-12 months before you make a buying decision.
During the Panama Relocation tour, we’ll visit local shops and markets to discover the BETTER and MORE AFFORDABLE way to live. You’ll get to see first hand what’s available in Panama and what the prices are like. Imagine dinner for two for less than $10 including drinks!
You’ll Discover Why So Many People Are
Relocating To Panama!
The tour will take you from large metropolitan areas to resort beach areas that have every amenity and luxury you’d ever need, and funky beach areas with a laid back atmosphere. You’ll also visit popular highland towns where thousands of expats live, and rural areas teeming with opportunity. You’ll learn the pros and cons of each area we visit and get details about the price of rentals too.
You will see for yourself how the Panama health care system works, how you can get health insurance for as little as $70 per month, and where prescription medication can cost far less than the US or Canada. On the February 2019 tour, a tour client was in the emergency room for high blood pressure. Their total bill was only $4.50! You’ll learn the secret to getting a 20% discount on all medications. Many drugs can be purchased without a prescription. Bring a list of medications you currently take to see what they will cost in Panama. International health insurance is also available which will cover you in Panama, your home country, and anywhere else in the world. You’ll be shocked at how affordable international health insurance is in Panama. I pay $2550 per YEAR for international health insurance which covers me in any country in the world.
Everyone who has been on our tours says the highlight of the tour is the opportunity to visit with Panamanians and expats who live in Panama. In addition to spending 6 days with your expat tour guides, you’ll be spending 6 days with our Panamanian driver who will share his insights about how to be a “good expat” who is well respected in Panama. Every day you’ll have lunch and/or dinner with expats. You’ll have plenty of time to ask questions and get answers from people who have already made the move to Panama. You’ll learn about the pros and cons of each area we visit which will help you find the place in Panama that is perfect for you!
You will meet with a reputable and affordable Panamanian attorney so you can learn about the various Visa options including the Pensionado Visa and Friendly Nations Visa. Learn how you can get big discounts on every day purchases. Plus you’ll learn about other visa programs if you’re not retired. Our attorney will answer your questions about buying real estate or setting up a business, too. It’s a lot easier than you think!
You’ll learn why it is a HUGE mistake to buy health insurance from an insurance broker in Panama and learn where to go to get the best health insurance at the best rates — this tip alone will save you at least $4,000 a year! And, you’ll get our best insurance broker contact for buying car or home insurance which is 50% less than other insurance agents. A little savings here and a little savings there really adds up fast.
You’ll learn how to start an online business (or two) in Panama or move your existing business offshore! US citizens will learn how you can reduce your taxes by about $105,000 per year, per person. Luckily, people from most other countries do not need to pay taxes on their worldwide income.
We’ll even help you get an offshore bank account set up in about an hour – it’s much easier than you think.
Before we moved to Panama, I spent hundreds of hours researching how to “get things done” when we moved here. To make your life easier and save you hundreds of hours of research, everyone on the tour gets my ROLODEX which includes:
- Health insurance companies, plus little trick to save an extra 30-50%
- Private hospitals, Doctors, Dentists, and specialists
- How to find a rental.. and things to watch out for
- How to get BIG discounts on many purchases in Panama
- CPAs with expat & Panamanian experience
- Meet with an Attorney to learn about visa options and business structures
- Shipping and moving companies (Tips for saving money, too)
- What it takes to start a business in Panama.. and which businesses are off limits.
- Pet relocation (my step-by-step guide for a smooth transition)
- Trustworthy real estate agents and property managers (they are hard to find)
- How to get online orders (Amazon) and mail delivered to you
- Selling on Amazon – Without touching products
- Open a Panama bank account during the tour
- The best way to take title to a property if you decide to buy
- Titled versus Right of Possession (ROP) property in Panama
- How to send and receive faxes without using a fax machine
- Typical budgets in various areas (some are less than others)
- How to get phone calls to/from your country in Panama… for free
- How to bring a gun into Panama and get a permit (or buy a gun here)
- Learn the #1 thing you need to do after you relocate to Panama
- How to ship precious metals into Panama.. tax free!
- Where to buy precious metals like gold and silver in Panama
- Learn How to Fund Your Life Overseas… Little Ways to Make Big Money
- Step-by-step CHECKLIST of things to do BEFORE you move to Panama
- Best place to buy or rent a car, and much MUCH more.
NO ONE Knows More About Panama Than We Do!
We’ve been offering Panama Relocation Tours since 2010 and have helped thousands of tour clients relocate to Panama! We’re joined every day during the tour by a 49 year old Panamanian who was born and raised in Panama. He’s been working with Panama Relocation Tours for 8 years. He will will share his tips about what you need to do to be well respected by Panamanians and what you should not do too.
So, combined, we have 65 years of experience living and working in Panama!
In 6 days, you’ll be able to learn if Panama is right for you and how you can improve your lifestyle with fewer expenses and less stress! We visit a variety of different areas, in different price points, so you can decide which area is best for you. Visit our tour itinerary page for a detailed description on what happens each day of the tour.
But there’s a catch! Wear comfortable flat shoes and casual clothes for the tour. You will need to be able to walk a block on uneven surfaces and go up and down stairs unassisted. If you can’t do these things, then Panama may not work for you and it would be too difficult to do a tour.
We only require a $500 deposit per person to reserve your spot on the tour. You can pay ONLINE HERE. The remainder is not due until 30 days before the tour. We will send you a payment link for your final payment.
Panama Relocation Tours will SAVE You Money
by Helping You AVOID Costly Mistakes!
During the tour you will learn what life is like when you retire in Panama. You’ll get some of the best kept secrets we’ve discovered since moving here. Sign up early because our tours sell out months in advance. Even though we have a large comfortable bus, we keep the tour size low at 25-30 people so seating will be comfortable and there will be plenty of time to get your questions answered. After the tour, you will be invited to our private online Alumni group where you will get updates about Panama, information about great deals on rentals, house sitting opportunities and much more. Plus, after the tour we will continue to be readily available to answer your questions about relocating to Panama.
We’re Ready to Show You How to Retire in Panama!
Our 6-day, 7-night, all-inclusive tour costs USD $2,400* for 1 person (private room) or $4,000 for 2 people (private room). Will there be more than 2 people in your party? If so, contact us for additional pricing information and details on how to make a reservation. We require a $500 deposit per person to reserve your spot. If you need to cancel, just let us know at least 30 days before the tour for a full refund.
*Starting 2021 the price for 1 person in a private room increases to $2,500.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
EMAIL [email protected]
OR CALL 972-496-4500
Panama Relocation Tours ™
This is not a “tourist” tour. Since 2010, the only kind of tour that Panama Relocation Tours has ever done are tours to show you various areas in Panama where you might want to live AND to teach you all the things you need to know to make a smooth transition to living in Panama.
- The Panama City Skyline by night.
Some of the things we do on the tour include:
- Meet with an attorney to discuss the various visa requirements that lead to residency, and their many benefits (discounts for retirees)
- Visit the following areas: Coronado or Gorgona, Chitre, Las Tablas, Santiago, Las Lajas, David, Boquete, Volcan, and Bambito
- Discuss housing & rental options and pros and cons of living in each area
- See affordable rental properties – some as low as $695 for a fully furnished 2 bedroom
- See grocery stores, pharmacy and other shopping opportunities
- Meet with Expats who live in Panama
- Visit the Tuesday Market in Boquete to experience the thriving expat community
- Visit a farmer’s market and department store
- Have the option of setting up an offshore bank account
View from Condo in Coronado
The 6-day, 7-night tour begins and ends in Panama City. This is an ALL-INCLUSIVE* tour. The fee of USD $2,400 for 1 person (private room) or $4,000 for 2 people (private room), includes all transportation in Panama, all meals, all hotels, PLUS the opportunity to learn what life would “really” be like living in Panama – in the city, on the beach, or in the mountains. You can sit back, relax and enjoy the scenery without the hassles of renting a car and driving in a foreign country.
You’ll also get my tips and tricks for how to reduce costs while in Panama. These are things I’ve learned first-hand since I moved here. You’ll have access to all the connections I’ve made: honest attorneys, English speaking doctors, low cost rental and property listings, and a private Facebook group to swap information with the friends you’ll make on the tour–this alone is worth the price of the trip!
Click on the BLUE BOOK TOUR button below to reserve your spot. A $500 deposit per person is required at the time you book. The remainder is due 30 days before the tour.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: EMAIL: [email protected] OR CALL 972-496-4500
NOTE: You will need to be able to walk one block on an un-level surface and go up and down stairs to take the tour and to function well in Panama. If you have serious medical conditions, please discuss this with us in advance so we can help you determine if Panama will work for you.
Special Requirements: All tour guests will be required to sign a Tour Release/Non-compete agreement. Wear comfortable flat shoes and casual clothes for the tour. You will need to be able to walk a block on uneven surfaces and go up and down stairs unassisted. If you can’t do these things, then Panama may not work for you and it would be too difficult to do a tour.