Panama Tourism Prepares for Reopening Oct 12

Letting out a breathe of relief, Panama has, after nearly 6 long months, finally begun the reopening of the economy with set dates. October 12 marks the official date for hotels, tour operators, and the country reopening its borders to tourists. You may not be one of these early adopters to hop on the first plane in, but if you are eager then I'm talking to you!




There will be deals a plenty, but this will vary greatly depending on type of service or item you're looking to buy because not all businesses fared so bad as the others. Hotels will be your go to for specials and offers in addition to restaurants.


Regarding day tours, you'll find that you will need to book these with more anticipation now since all the smaller operators went out of business and had to shut down. There are fewer providers so fewer spots available, especially since even the bigger players had to contract business as a result of this pandemic. Keep in mind that though you may be an early adopter with fewer tourists around town, there are also significantly fewer service providers so choose right and book ahead of time.



For full schedule of reopening visit our Tourism Reopening Schedule article here.