Hostels in Panama City
Metropolitan Panama City has lots of fun things to do and explore. Explore colonial Casco Viejo and Panama Viejo, take a day trip to Taboga Island, or go shopping at Multi-Plaza or Albrook Mall. Go watch the 8th wonder of the world and discover the Panama Canal. At night, Panama City transforms into the best party scene in Central America with rooftop parties, concerts, or even jazz in laid back Casco Viejo. Panama City is a must when visiting Panama.
Hostels in Panama: Central Provinces, Azuero Penninsula, Santa Catalina
Panama’s central provinces have excellent surf and cool mountain towns. San Carlos has surf/ skate hostels. Chame has Panama’s only extreme sport resort. Chill out in beautiful El Valle and hit the beaches in the day.
Azuero has lots of surf and fishing as well. Home to Panama’s traditional culture this is a very interesting place to go and see how the traditional fairs and activities. Surf here is almost year round and has excellent waves for all levels.
Santa Catalina is every surfers paradise. UNESCO World Heritage site Coiba Island is a boat ride away with some the best diving in Central America and part of the biological corridor that runs all the way to the Galapagos! The surf here is amazing with waves almost the entire year. Even if there is no surf at Santa Catalina there is still so much more to do. The fishing is some of the best in Panama and there are some excellent operators in the area.
Rio Mar Surf Camp: Surf Camp near Panama City, Panama with a skate ramp.
Hostels in Boquete and Chiriqui
Most clients either come from or go to Boquete, Chiriqui, and theres a good reason why. Boquete is in the mountains with coffee farms everywhere. Boquete, Panama is home to some of the world’s best coffee and is a beautiful small quiet town. The city is full of flowers and very friendly locals. Lots of activities such as chilling at the Caldera River, hiking Volcan Baru, canopy tours, and so much more are available in Boquete.