This 10 day trip experience some of Panama’s highlights: from Panama City and the Canal, to the beautiful Chiriquí Highlands, and the tranquil Bocas del Toro islands.
There are no direct flights from the UK to Panama. However you can travel via Madrid with BA; via Amsterdam with KLM, or via a number of US cities including Miami with Delta Airlines.
Late December to late March is the driest period, but the climate is warm year round, and even during the wettest months, rainfall tends to be limited to a few hours a day, making Panama a great year round destination.
We recommend at least 8 days, or slightly longer if you are visiting the San Blas islands.
Unless arriving by sea, UK citizens do not require a visa to enter Panama and may stay in the country for 180 days. However, please note you are required to have a minimum of $500 USD in cash, or a credit card, plus a return or onward ticket.
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