Panama 4 (Lonely Planet Country Guides)

Panama 4 (Lonely Planet Country Guides)

Matthew D. Firestone / Nov 17, 2019

Panama Lonely Planet Country Guides This book provides expert advice on tapping into the true heart of this intriguing country at the end of the continent It features the best cultural coverage of any guidebook to Panama including provo

  • Title: Panama 4 (Lonely Planet Country Guides)
  • Author: Matthew D. Firestone
  • ISBN: 1741045525
  • Page: 401
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  • This book provides expert advice on tapping into the true heart of this intriguing country at the end of the continent It features the best cultural coverage of any guidebook to Panama including provocative features on the Embera, Kuna and Panama s other indigenous groups It also offers all the local insights, maps and out there ideas you ll need for an adventurous do it yourself experience.

    Panama travel Lonely Planet Panama Canal travel Panama Lonely Planet Explore Panama Canal holidays and discover the best time and places to visit One of the world s greatest marvels, the Panama Canal stretches km from Panama City on the Pacific side to Coln on the Atlantic side Around , vessels pass through each year, and ships worldwide have traditionally been built with the dimensions of the canal s original locks m long and .m wide Panama City travel Panama Lonely Planet Explore Panama City holidays and discover the best time and places to visit The most cosmopolitan capital in Central America, Panama City is both vibrant metropolis and gateway to tropical escapes Many worlds coexist here Welcoming both east and west, Panama is a regional hub of trade and immigration The resulting cultural cocktail mix leads to a refreshing anything goes attitude, Itineraries in Panama Lonely Planet Start in the capital of Panama City From there, take a ride in the luxury train along the historical Panama Railroad through the Canal Zone to Coln to admire the Unesco World Heritage Site of Fuerte San Lorenzo While in the area, check out the Panama Canal expansion at nights in Panama City Boquete or Bocas del Toro I m heading to Panama City in August with a friend for nights then she flies back do people recommend staying nights in Panama City Boquete or Bocas del Toro Panama Lonely Planet Forum Thorn Tree Getting Around in Panama Lonely Planet Panama s domestic destinations are served by Air Panama and Copa Airlines.Domestic flights depart Panama City from Albrook Airport.Located near the Costa Rican border, David s Aeropuerto Enrique Malek frequently handles flights to and from San Jos. Book ahead in high season, when demand for flights to destinations like Bocas and the Comarca de Guna Yala exceeds availability. Lonely Planet Panama Travel Guide Lonely Planet, Steve Lonely Planet Panama Travel Guide Lonely Planet, Steve Fallon, Regis St Louis, Carolyn McCarthy on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Lonely Planet Panama is your passport to the most relevant, up to date advice on what to see and skip Welcome to Panama Lonely Planet the canopy Panama is as wild as you want it to be From clear turquoise seas to the coffee farms and cloud forests of Chiriqu, Panama can be as chilled out or as thrilling as you wish Welcome to Panama Lonely Planet Publications Pty Ltd When to go and weather in Panama Lonely Planet When to go and weather Panama in detail When to go and weather When to Go High Season Peak public holidays Includes November festivals, Christmas and New Year, plus Easter Hotel rates may be up to double that of normal rates Resorts, festival towns and Lonely Planet Central America Travel Guide Lonely Panama City, which I have visited, however, is the large exception here of a cosmopolitan city in the region, but the details are sparse Given the somewhat Bohemian nature of Lonely Planet guides, don t expect extensive reviews of luxury hotels like you might find with Frommer s or Fodor s, but on the natural activities that are around.

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    951 Comments

    1. La guía es la esperada y se encuentra en el estado descrito. Precio perfecto, teniendo en cuenta q es una guía q ya tiene 3 años. 38 días para el envío es lo único mejorable.


    2. I purchased the previous edition of the Panama Guide from the Lonely Planet a few years ago when I started to become a frequent visitor to Panama. That older edition offered alot of helpful information and I used it frequently.Due to the rapid changes in Panama - i thought I needed to purchase an updated version to reflect the new hotels and rates and things to do . . . .whoever allowed this latest edition to be published should just be ashamed. Panama has been growing and changing at an alarmin [...]


    3. I traveled in Panama for about 2 weeks using local transportation, and this book was really helpful. There is a lot of information and background about the culture and history of the country, too, which is nice. However, prices (hotels in particular) were not accurate (much higher!), but it gave us a reference point, especially for taxis.I recommend this book overall, especially if you are traveling by yourself.



    4. Seller was prompt on delivery and the book was exactly as described. Very happy and would recommend both the seller and the book.


    5. I must say I don't understand the critial reviews, especially those about the style of the author. This is one of the few guidebooks with which Lonely Planet has gone back to basics. In the old days Lonely Planet books where aimed at backpackers, where supposed to be funny and a good and informative read not only a listing. Later LP changed that format - drasticly, too drasticly for many, by adding more Top-End stuff and taking out readable stuff. Sure, this boosted sales, but as some LP guides [...]


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