Traveling Abroad – What It’s Like Living in Panama

The traveling is the greatest hobby that one can adopt in this world. You do not only get to explore different parts of the world but you also get to meet many strangers that have great personalities. Traveling is a great way of building communication with people throughout the world. It’s true that you can communicate with strangers on the internet also but that experience isn’t as beautiful as communicating with them in person.

I believe that one should take a visit to a popular place at least once in a year. So, they can explore the outstanding beauty of nature and meet up with people from different parts of the world. Whether you love talking to others or not, the experience of meeting the strangers is just amazing and you’d also get to learn many interesting things about different parts of the world.

Today, I’m going to share my experience about my visit to Panama and I’ll talk about how it feels when you are living in Panama. The life in Panama is really interesting and I believe that every traveler should take a visit to this beautiful country to explore its beauty. Let’s take a look how it feels like when you are living in Panama.

Comfort and convenience

The environment of Panama is really comfortable and it’s not heavily crowded. It’s a fact that lots of visitors come to this country every year but it still doesn’t get heavily crowded at any time of the year because the visitors come here at different times of the year. It doesn’t mean that Panama is like those rural areas where you can’t find important facilities of life. Panama is a well-developed country that provides you access to all the basic and advanced needs of life. And it doesn’t make you feel helpless in any situation.

Friendly residents

The residents of Panama are very friendly and polite as well. They’d always treat you in a friendly way and you’d never feel alone when you are in Panama. In fact, some of the residents treat you as a family member and they feel happy to take you around the country. Taking a visit to such a beautiful country is really worth it. Make sure that you bring your family with you because there are lots of entertainment for families.


Panama is undoubtedly an expensive country to live in. The accommodation and other basic facilities are really expensive. So, if you are unable to bear the prices of accommodation, then a visit to this country is enough for you. However, if you can bear the expenses easily, then it’s an ideal place to live in and there are plenty of new things that you can explore here. Here is more information about what it is like living in Panama.

What You’ll Experience on a Zipline or Road to Hana Tour in Oahu

With more than 6o miles of sand beaches, bamboo jungles, and waterfalls, the road to hana offers an incredible experience to any Maui visitor. The two-lane route offers plenty of excursions and some of Hawaii’s scenic views. Before you embark on the journey, you should do your due diligence. Keep in mind that the road circumnavigates Haleakala volcano which occupies half the island.


Road to Hana popular attractions

As you travel along the 68-mile trip, you’ll enjoy the captivating rainforest and scenic coastal views.  What’s more, the road has 60 one-lane bridges with blind corners. Some of the sights you can visit include the Twin Falls waterfalls, Seven Sacred Pools of Oheo, Honomanu Bay, among other places. Besides that, you can take short hikes through the tropical rainforest, especially the four-mile Pipiwai Trail.

Another eye-catching feature is the Ho’okipa Lookout. This is a great place to watch experienced surfers do their thing. It’s important that you visit the upcountry area if it’s not dark already. Make sure you enjoy the quick photo-snapping stops.

Unless you intend to spend the night in Hana town, it’s virtually impossible to visit every attraction as you drive along. However, with a guide, you can visit the most appealing places and skip those that are less attractive. Once you’ve made your way to Hana, you should step in the Travaasa Hotel. Just relax and enjoy a gourmet or a three-course luncheon featuring local ingredients.

Should you use a van or drive yourself?

Well, both options have their advantages and disadvantages. When you travel with a van, the guide knows where to stop and for long. Also, the foods and drinks are catered for.  You’ll even have an opportunity to learn about the Hawaiian culture and the ancient history. This is the best option if you want to focus and enjoy the ride. On the other hand, driving yourself allows you to travel at your own pace and probably stay overnight. It’s crucial you understand the history of the area because the sights you see will dictate what direction to take, and if you want to spice up the trip a bit with some adventure, you can try the zipline in Oahu which takes you high above the trees.

It’s hard to estimate the time you’ll take on the road. You should be prepared to use 10 to 12 hours of your day. With a tour guide, he’ll know how many stops to make and for how long.

Final thoughts

There you have it. The road to hana tours are indeed a breathtaking adventure. It’s more about the journey rather than the destination. The sights of the luxurious experience will linger in your mind for years.

If you’ve made it this far, it’s time to hit the road!