Sustainable And Eco-Hotels In Panama

The 8 Most Ethical And Sustainable Hotels In Panama according to ETIC Hotels

Eurostars Panama City

ETIC carbon rating
14.7
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.1
/10

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Gran Hotel Azuero

Outdoor swimming pool,Free parking,Airport shuttle,Fitness centre,Room service,Restaurant,Free WiFi,Family rooms,Bar
  •  Chitre, Panama
  •  ETIC Green Score: 66%
  •  Reviews: 4.5 (2109+)
ETIC carbon rating
14.7
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.6
/10

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Residence Las Lajas

Outdoor swimming pool,Free WiFi,Free parking,Family rooms,Non-smoking rooms
ETIC carbon rating
14.7
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.6
/10

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Summit Rainforest & Golf Resort

Outdoor swimming pool,Airport shuttle,Room service,Restaurant,Free WiFi,Facilities for disabled guests,Free parking,Family rooms,Bar,Very good breakfast
  •  Ancón, Panama
  •  ETIC Green Score: 66%
  •  Reviews: 4.4 (2247+)
ETIC carbon rating
14.7
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.6
/10

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Vista Coiba Villas & Restaurant

Outdoor swimming pool,Beachfront,Free WiFi,Free parking,Airport shuttle,Restaurant,Room service,Family rooms,Non-smoking rooms,Private beach area
ETIC carbon rating
14.7
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.6
/10

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Palma Royale Hotel

Free WiFi,Airport shuttle (free),Family rooms,Facilities for disabled guests,Non-smoking rooms
ETIC carbon rating
14.7
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.6
/10

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Crowne Plaza Panama Airport, an IHG Hotel

Outdoor swimming pool,Free WiFi,Free parking,Fitness centre,Restaurant,Non-smoking rooms,Room service,24-hour front desk,Bar,Good breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
14.7
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.5
/10

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Melia Panama Canal

  •  Colón, Panama
  •  ETIC Green Score: 65%
  •  Reviews: 4.2 (1381+)
ETIC carbon rating
14.7
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.5
/10

From: N/A

COUNTRY PROFILE

Panama

  • Official Name:Republic of Panama

  • Capital:Panama City

  • Population:4,432,516

  • Area:75,420 km²

  • Major Languages:Spanish

  • Major Religions:Christianity

  • Life expectancy:77.25 years

  • Currency:Balboa

10 Things To Do In Panama

  • 1. Panama Canal

    Embark on a journey through engineering marvels by taking a tour of the iconic Panama Canal. Immerse yourself in its history and operation, discovering the impressive locks that facilitate global maritime trade. As you traverse the waterways, you`ll gain an appreciation for the intricate network that connects oceans, economies, and cultures, shaping the modern world.

  • 2. San Blas Islands

    Venture to the untouched beauty of the San Blas Islands and embrace the unique culture of the Guna Yala people. These pristine islands are a sanctuary of white sands and azure waters, providing an escape into a world where tradition meets paradise. Engage with the Guna Yala community, learning about their way of life and preserving an age-old heritage that harmonizes with nature.

  • 3. Panama City

    Experience the dynamic energy of Panama City, where modern skyscrapers coexist with a historic district that narrates tales of centuries past. Wander through streets that reveal stories of Spanish colonization, and then marvel at the architectural brilliance of the Biomuseo. The city`s blend of contemporary and traditional offers a vivid tapestry of Panama`s evolving identity.

  • 4. Bocas del Toro

    Embrace the Caribbean serenity of Bocas del Toro, where the rhythm of life is set by gentle waves and swaying palms. Sink your toes into soft sands and let the carefree ambiance wash over you. Engage in thrilling water activities, from snorkeling in crystal-clear waters to surfing the waves, all while basking in the sun-kissed charm of this tropical paradise.

  • 5. Boquete

    Uncover the hidden gem of Boquete, a mountain town cocooned in lush vegetation. Delight in the aroma of coffee as you tour plantations, understanding the meticulous craft that goes into each cup. Then, lace up your hiking boots and explore the trails that lead to panoramic vistas, a testament to the natural beauty that flourishes in the heart of Panama.

  • 6. Coiba National Park

    Dive into the depths of Coiba National Park, an underwater wonderland brimming with biodiversity. Submerge yourself in the vibrant marine world, encountering a symphony of colors and life forms that thrive beneath the surface. Snorkel alongside coral reefs and swim with schools of fish, all while contributing to the conservation of this vital aquatic ecosystem.

  • 7. Portobelo

    Step into history as you visit Portobelo, a town steeped in tales of pirates and treasures. Marvel at the UNESCO-listed forts that stand as sentinels of the past, testaments to the battles fought and the cultures intertwined. The cobbled streets and colonial architecture provide a glimpse into a bygone era, inviting you to uncover the layers of this coastal gem.

  • 8. El Valle de Antón

    Find tranquility within the volcanic embrace of El Valle de Antón. Indulge in the restorative properties of hot springs, allowing the waters to rejuvenate both body and soul. Wander through verdant landscapes adorned with waterfalls, and let the serenity of the valley`s heart remind you of nature`s ability to inspire serenity and introspection.

  • 9. Emberá Villages

    Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of the Emberá people as you journey into their traditional villages. Engage in cultural exchange, learning about their way of life, art, and traditions. Witness their skillful crafts and partake in the rhythms of their music and dance, creating memories that bridge the gap between your world and theirs.

  • 10. Taste Panamanian cuisine

    Embark on a culinary voyage through Panama`s rich flavors by sampling its traditional dishes. Savor the warmth of sancocho, a hearty chicken soup that embodies comfort and tradition. Indulge in the symphony of flavors in arroz con pollo, where tender chicken mingles with aromatic rice. Then awaken your palate with the tangy delight of ceviche, a seafood masterpiece marinated in citrus.

5 Most Visited Cities In Panama

  • Panama City

    Bocas del Toro

    Boquete

    San Blas Islands

    Colón

When To Go To Panama

  • The best time to visit Panama is during the dry season from December to April. This Central American country offers a mix of tropical rainforests, historic sites, and the famous Panama Canal. Panama City, the capital, boasts modern skyscrapers and colonial architecture in Casco Viejo. The Panama Canal and the lush landscapes of Boquete and Bocas del Toro provide diverse experiences. Panama`s vibrant culture, biodiversity, and canal engineering marvel create a travel experience that is both dynamic and enriching.

Travel Recommendation And Useful Links For Panama

Find the complete travel guide for Panama

  • - Check visa requirements and obtain necessary visas before your trip.
    - Respect local customs and etiquette, and learn about Panama`s history and culture.
    - Be cautious of safety concerns, especially in certain areas; follow travel advisories.
    - Explore Panama City`s historic district, the Panama Canal, and the country`s biodiversity.
    - Experience Panamanian cuisine, beaches, and the mix of indigenous and Afro-Caribbean cultures.

  • Office Tourism of Panama

  • CIA World Fact-book

  • Wikipedia Page

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