Destination Panama Province Travel Blog in the Republic of Panama

Scouting for real estate almost always takes us to interesting places. Join us along our travels as we present our panamanian destinations blog showcasing our travels throughout the Republic of Panama.

The Clayton Hostal

The Clayton Hostal (Hostal de Clayton), is a cozy hostal located on a side street within Clayton and near the old US embassy. Also nearby is the Ciudad de Saber (City of Knowledge) where many international organizations have their headquarters.


Diablo Boat Dock

The diablo boat dock is one of the nicer places to spend an afternoon and catch a sunset. On this day, there were several kayak teams practicing for the ocean to ocean race. It is also a great vantage point to catch boats transiting through the Panama Canal from the Miraflores locks. Once crossing the railroad tracks located in front of the Albrook El Rey supermarket, you head all the way until the street ends.


Hotel Sol y Mar

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Hotel Sol y Mar was a pleasant surprise on our trip to Santa Catalina in the province of Veraguas. We had booked another hotel which were told was not recommended although it was in the Lonely Planet guidebook. The rooms were nicely done, clean, and decorated with 2 twin beds with semi-orthopedic matresses, closet, living room area with Sky satelite tv/dvd , mini-fridge, and 2 sofas.

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Road to Sona

The first video in a new series: "Destinations". These photos were captured in September 2009 while en-route to Sona in Veraguas traveling in a Suzuki Vitara (4x4), and are presented to document the road conditions and popular sites. Traveling from Santiago, the capital city of Veraguas, the trip took approximately 45 minutes. The road is under construction and in various phases of improvement with several bridges being built to facilitate travel. Surfers are familiar with this road as it leads to one of Panama's best surf spots: Santa Catalina. Santa Catalina is one of the popular port cities where travel to Coiba Island National Park, the largest island in Central America, is possible.