Find Copa Airlines flights to Panama from USD 161*

Find Copa Airlines flights to Panama from USD 161*

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Havana (HAV) - Panama City (PTY)

Departure Mar 12, 2019,
Return Mar 17, 2019
fromUSD 438*

Managua (MGA) - Panama City (PTY)

Departure Jan 23, 2019,
Return Feb 01, 2019
fromUSD 455*

Panama City (PTY) - David (DAV)

Departure Mar 11, 2019,
Return Mar 16, 2019
fromUSD 161*

Orlando (MCO) - Panama City (PTY)

Departure Mar 03, 2019,
Return Mar 25, 2019
fromUSD 210*

San Jose, CR (SJO) - Panama City (PTY)

Departure Mar 13, 2019,
Return Mar 23, 2019
fromUSD 199*

Caracas (CCS) - Panama City (PTY)

Departure Mar 10, 2019,
Return Mar 22, 2019
fromUSD 334*
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Plan your next trip to Panama with these low fares

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to
Description
Itinerary
Price*
Panama City (PTY)
to David (DAV)
Round trip
May 31, 2019 - Jun 07, 2019
USD 161 *
David (DAV)
to Panama City (PTY)
Round trip
Jun 06, 2019 - Jun 13, 2019
USD 161 *
Miami (MIA)
to Panama City (PTY)
Round trip
Feb 13, 2019 - Feb 18, 2019
USD 188 *
San Jose, CR (SJO)
to Panama City (PTY)
Round trip
May 25, 2019 - May 31, 2019
USD 199 *
Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
to Panama City (PTY)
Round trip
Mar 01, 2019 - Mar 05, 2019
USD 204 *
Orlando (MCO)
to Panama City (PTY)
Round trip
May 23, 2019 - May 27, 2019
USD 210 *
Tampa (TPA)
to Panama City (PTY)
Round trip
May 15, 2019 - May 23, 2019
USD 216 *
Bogota (BOG)
to Panama City (PTY)
Round trip
Mar 22, 2019 - Mar 25, 2019
USD 228 *
Bucaramanga (BGA)
to Panama City (PTY)
Round trip
Feb 20, 2019 - Feb 24, 2019
USD 229 *
Medellin (MDE)
to Panama City (PTY)
Round trip
Mar 11, 2019 - Mar 18, 2019
USD 229 *
*Restrictions apply; please see Terms & Conditions.

Discover Panama

Discover Panama with Copa Airlines - Panama Canal imnage

Discover Panama

Panama—known as the Bridge of the World and Heart of the Universe—is a deeply alluring place. It’s home to easy-going, fun-loving people, growing cities, communities richly steeped in tradition, and stunning landscapes just waiting to be discovered.

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Nestled between two bodies of water, the Isthmus of Panama is located at the heart of Central America, between Costa Rica and Colombia. Although Panama has just 29,157 square miles (75,517 square kilometers) of territory, its population numbers more than 4 million. The country is made up of ten provinces and three indigenous regions, and it is a melting pot where people of different races and cultures come together.

Panama has been a hub of travel and trade dating as far back as pre-Colombian times, thanks to its advantageous geographic location, so the country’s development has long been closely linked to business and transportation activities. Over the course of Panama’s history, its status as a strategic connection point has been solidified by large-scale engineering projects like the Panama Canal and the Trans-Isthmus Railroad.

As a tropical country brimming with diversity, Panama is worth visiting just for the views of the wildlife that thrives there. The natural landscapes are astonishing in their variety, ranging from idyllic beaches to lush jungles and from mountainous areas to plains. Panama’s climate is typically humid and rather warm, with a rainy season that lasts almost year-round and a shorter dry season, so it’s a good idea to wear cool, comfortable clothing. At higher elevations, where it’s a little colder, you’ll want to dress more warmly. Fly to Panama with Copa Airlines, Latin America’s most on-time airline, and discover its allure.

Key facts:

Capital

Panama City

Population

+4 million

Currency

Panamanian balboa and United States dollar (1 PAB = 1 USD)

Time zone

UTC -5 hours

Hotels

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Getting around Panama

Copa Airlines offers daily service to two destinations in Panama: the Hub of the Americas at Tocumen International Airport (PTY) in Panama City, and Enrique Malek International Airport (DAV) in San Jose de David, Chiriqui.

If you want to travel around the country, bus service between provinces is available. You can take the bus from the National Transportation Terminal in Albrook (in Panama City), or from the David Terminal (in Chiriqui). If you want to be a bit more adventurous, you can also rent a car at copa.com. Since Panama is small, you can easily travel around the country within a few days, and there are numerous provinces that are well worth a visit within just a few hours’ drive.

View of the buildings of Panama City and the coast

What is there to do in Panama?

Starfish beach in the Caribbean sea

Fall in love with the beaches

With the Pacific Ocean to the south and the Caribbean Sea to the north, Panama is the perfect destination for anyone who wants to spend time on the water. You’ll have your choice of sublimely beautiful beaches, with white sands and crystal-clear waters, and there are also plenty of beach resorts, where you’ll find every amenity and endless entertainment options. Panama is a great place for surfing, scuba diving, and snorkeling, as well as dolphin watching and whale watching. Or, if you just want to work on perfecting your tan, it’s a great place for that too.

Harpy Eagle

Experience nature’s beauty

Panama’s name means “an abundance of fish and butterflies,” and the country’s natural riches are one of its crowning jewels. Although ecotourism may not be what Panama is best-known for, you’ll find a wide array of ecotourism options here, including numerous nature parks and trails with varying levels of difficulty. Whether you want a low-key way to connect with nature or an extreme adventure, Panama has it. You can enjoy a relaxing sojourn at a comfortable cabin in the highlands of Chiriqui, or you can go ziplining in the jungle or rafting down a fast-flowing river.

View at the background of the city's buildings from the old town surrounded by the first buildings

Explore the cities and towns

Panama’s leading cities are steadily growing and fast-developing, with major hotels, restaurants, and shopping malls—perfect for anyone eager to visit a city with vibrant nightlife and plenty of shopping. Panama’s smaller towns are also well worth a visit. If you’re curious to learn about Panamanian culture, these towns—so richly steeped in tradition—offer clear indications of the country’s Hispanic, pre-Colombian, and Afro-Antillean roots. You can learn about Panama’s communities and even see what it’s like to wear traditional styles of clothing, such as the beautiful, voluminous style of skirt known as a pollera.

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The Panama Experience
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Paraja en Karak en las aguas del Caribe Colonense

Adventure in Portobelo

This adventure takes visitors on a tour of the historic buildings of Portobelo, the colonial Caribbean city that served as the seat of one of the most famous colonial trade fairs. The tour includes visits to the forts of Santiago, Gerónimo, and San Fernando, the Customs Museum, a kayak trip and an afternoon on the beach with snorkeling. The tour starts at 7:00 a.m. and ends at 5:00 p.m. and includes a traditional lunch from this area of the Caribbean: coconut rice with octopus.

For additional information : www.adventurespanama.com // Tels. (800) 614-7214(507) 6679-4404

Cutarras calzado artesanal de Panamá

Inside Panama

There is no better way to discover how traditional products are made in the region of Azuero, in the central region of the country, than signing up for the “Hecho en Herrera,” (Made in Herrera) tour. This tour combines a visit to the sugar cane plantations —which provide raw material for making Panamanian Seco and rum— with visits to the salt flats on the Pacific side, the bakeries where the famous bread from La Arena is made, and the places where clay handicrafts are created. The tour lasts four hours.

For additional information : www.panamatrails.com // operations@panamatrails.com.

Cabaña de Canopy Camp en Darién

In the Middle of the Jungle

Canopy Camp offers a dream environment in the middle of the tropical rainforest, comfortable rooms that emulate a tent, and first-class service that guarantees an enjoyable stay. Located in Panama’s Darien province, which is home to the country’s most jungles, Canopy Camp offers tour packages for birdwatchers, photographers, hikers, and butterfly and plant lovers.

For additional information : contactus@canopytower.com // Tel, (507) 264-5720 Panama / Tel. 011 507 264-5720 from the United States and Canada.

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