Un resort de tiempo compartido en Colón.

Timeshare, the easy way to have a second home

Many people would like to have a second home in the tropics, but the expense of buying a home in a foreign country, together with the complications that are inherent to owning a property is too much for them. However, there is a solution to this dilemma – timeshare – which allows the person to


Cinta Costera.

2016 Looks Good for Panama’s Economy

By: Staff at Panama Offshore Legal Services E-Mail: info@pols.com.pa || Phone: (507) 227 – 6645 www.Panama-Offshore-Services.com Forbes recently ranked Panama as the 56th best country in the world for business stating that, “Panama’s dollar-based economy rests primarily on a well-developed services sector that accounts for more than three-quarters of GD (Gross Domestic Product)”. The “well-developed”

Tours & Places

Pulpo en aceite de oliva.

Nazca, Peruvian flavors in Casco Antiguo

By Sarah de Guandique “Anyone who knows the essence of Peru will be transported back home by the food here,” was the remark made by one of the diners to his guests in the restaurant Nazca, located on 8th Street in Casco Antiguo. Nazca restaurant opened its doors to the public four months ago and

Rep of Panama

Trip Advisor elects Cala Mia as the best small hotel in Panama

Cala Mia Resort has been recognized as the overall winner in the Small Hotel category in Panama and the only Panamanian property ranked in the list of Top 25 Central American Small Hotels by TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel site. The hotel also maintained its reputation as a Green Facility by being awarded the 2016


Isthmian Update – Vol. 22#5

Contributions to CAF Panama will contribute the sum of $190 million to CAF Development Bank of Latin America from 2017 to 2022. This measure was taken, after the director of that organism called for an increase in the quotas paid by member countries. The bank needs $4,500 million to continue its operations. That was announced


The Panama version of Ironman 70.3

A competition for the brave

The most demanding triathlon in the world, Ironman 70.3, will take place in Panama on Sunday, January 31, for the fourth time, departing from the Amador Causeway. This year more than 1,400 athletes from 40 countries will participate in the competition, breaking past records of people registered for the competition. The grueling trial will start