Panama – Geography Panama is characterized by mountain ranges that run east-west. To the west, the mountains are volcanic, a continuation of the Cordilleras. The highest point is the volcano Baru (3475 m) near the border with Costa Rica. The plateaus between the mountain ranges are fertile. In several places, the coastal lowlands towards the […]
According to shoppingpicks, in the month of January, Panama experiences warm and humid weather. The average temperature is around 27°C and there is some precipitation throughout the month. February brings a slight increase in temperatures to around 29°C but rainfall continues to be moderate. March sees a further increase in temperatures to around 31°C and rain showers become more frequent throughout most parts of the country. April brings even warmer weather with average temperatures ranging from 31-33°C, although some scattered thunderstorms may still occur in some areas. May is the hottest month in Panama with average temperatures ranging from 34-36°C and light rain showers becoming more frequent throughout much of the country. June brings a slight decrease in temperature with average temperatures ranging from 30-32°C but dry weather remains predominant throughout much of Panama.
Panama, which has a connecting road between the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean with the canal of the same name, has a tropical climate: the temperature fluctuates little and is between 30 and 35°C throughout the year. March and April are the hottest months. The rainy season runs from mid-April to December. Twice as much rain falls on the north side of Panama as in the south. For a jungle tour in the middle of the country, the dry season is the best time. In the wet season, many roads are impassable. Check aristmarketing for Panama in 1997.
Landmarks of Panama
The Republic of Panama is the southernmost country in Central America. Panama is best known for the Panama Canal that connects the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. In the twentieth century, the presence of this huge canal has contributed greatly to the economic growth that the country has experienced in that period. Although management of the […]
Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax System Basic data According to cheeroutdoor.com, Panama has been Latin America’s fastest growing economy for the past two decades. However, due to its unique position in international trade, it has been disproportionately affected by the severe economic downturn caused by the COVID pandemic. […]
Panama Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping
VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Panama Before going on vacation to Panama, Russian citizens need to apply for a visa. To obtain a tourist visa, the following documents are submitted to the consular section of the Embassy of Panama: – a passport valid for at least 6 months from the date of entry into […]
History in Panama
The Indians began to settle on the territory of the Isthmus of Panama several millennia ago. At first they were engaged in agriculture, and later – in metallurgy. The Spaniards first landed on the western shores of what is now Panama in 1501. They called these lands Golden Castile. The colonization of the Isthmus of […]
The colonial period According to localcollegeexplorer, the Isthmus of Panama was conquered by the Spaniards between 1502 and 1513: first called Castilla de Oro, from 1514 it was united with the Colombian region and from 1542 it entered the viceroyalty of Peru. In the 18th century, with Colombia, Venezuela and Ecuador, it was part of […]
City of Panama Overview
Places of interest Metropolitan Natural Park Located within the limits of the city of Panama Capital. This is the closest protected tropical forest to an urban area in the Americas. It is here where the Smithsonian Institute conducts scientific research on the ecology of the forest canopy. In this park you can walk the marked […]
Travel to Panama
For those who dare to go far from Sweden’s borders and want to experience an amazing nature, Panama is a clear destination. The total area of the whole country is as small as Svealand, but still they have managed to crowd huge volcanoes, houses that reach all the way up to the clouds and a […]