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- Indie Travel in Panama for $30 Per Day
- As opposed to other increasingly popular destinations like Costa Rica or Mexico, Panama is Central America's best-kept tropical secret. Panama has not fully appeared on the backpacker circuit yet and offers visitors a vibrant local culture, turquoise seas, abundant wildlife, and mystical highlands ripe for exploration.
- Eight Unforgettable “Must-Do’s” in Panama
- Naturally, a trip to Panamá wouldn't be complete without a visit to the Canal, but Vickie Lillo recommends eight other exhilarating "must-do's" in this nation of lush rainforests, incredible wildlife and sandy beaches.
- Best BootsnAll Travel Photos: May 2010
- Enjoy this feast for the eyes with some of the best travel photos from May 2010 on BootsnAll's daily travel photo site - and find out how yours can be featured here, too.
- A Tale of Two Coffees – Boquete, Panama, Central America
Journey into the mountains of Panama with Patrick McGreer to smell the fresh brews that really open your eyes. They are not all made the same. Some are filled with pride.
- Monkey Business in Panama – Central America
Monica William confronts her fear of animals - in the jungles of Panama.
- Welcome, Conquistadors – Santiago, Panama, Central America
- Adam Bessie writes: Just like Bakersfield, Santiago is the place to go - on the way to somewhere else. This is the place to be in Santiago.
- Climbing Volcán Barú – Panama, Central America
- A small group of adventure seeking teanagers climb the highest mountain in Panama on the adventure of a lifetime.
- Up and Down: Part 2 – Volcan Baru, Panama, Central America
- Eve Armstrong made it to the top of Volcán Barú - and back down. Quite an accomplishment.
- Where are the Girls – Panama, Central America
- After jungle-slogging in Panama, Pete Weis and his Sierra Club group find a special way to relax on the beach - a Kuna Indian coming-of-age ceremony.
- Border Crossing – Costa Rica, Panama
- Eve Armstrong found the border crossing between Costa Rica into Panama more than moderately confusing.