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Itinerary Inspiration

Located in the heart of the Americas, the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, the Panama Canal is a rare and historic landmark. Here, you'll discover pristine beaches, lush rainforests, amazing wildlife, natural beauty and big city nightlife. Casco Viejo is the oldest part of Panama and filled with shopping and restaurants. Adventurers can take a guided boat tour of Monkey Island or a hike up the Lost Waterfalls-Boquete. However you spend your days and nights, your Panama honeymoon will be everything you dreamed it to be and more.

Things You Should Know

Time Zone: UTC -5 hours
Official Language: Spanish
Second Language: English
Currency: Balboa and U.S. dollar
Entry Requirements: Valid passport, proof of an onward or return ticket
Best Times to Visit: December until March

Panama Honeymoons

Panama's beautiful and exotic ambiance promises to make anyone's honeymoon absolutely perfect. With its romantic atmosphere, stunning beauty, soft sand beaches, and colorful culture, you and your loved one will enjoy a honeymoon in paradise. Indulge in a romantic dinner under a moonlit sky or experience true honeymoon bliss with a couples massage on the beach.

Destination Weddings in Panama

With its soft sand beaches, dense rainforest, bustling cities and rich cultural beauty, Panama is the perfect place for you to say, "I do." The resorts in Panama offer many wedding packages, professional wedding coordinators and planners who will assist you with all of your requests. Make it a romantic experience for a party of two or an all-out bash with a party of 200.

Climate & Weather

Panama has a tropical maritime climate with a hot and rainy season from May through December and a hot and dry season from January through April. Regardless of the season, the average temperature is 81° F and the average water temperature is around 80° F. Refreshing day breezes tend to cool the humidity, making Panama a fantastic place to honeymoon.

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