2022 Live And Invest In Panama Virtual Conference
On the market for a place to live well, retire better, invest, own property, or do business overseas? Look no further than this little country at the hub of the Americas where hundreds of foreign retirees and expats are experiencing both adventure and profit like never before.
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2023 Live and Invest in Belize Conference0 out of 5(0)
Join us in sunny, English-speaking Belize this January for a full run-down on how you can experience quintessential Caribbean living—at a price you can afford…
Your Live and Invest in Belize Conference admission includes:
- Admission to all presentations…
- Complete access to the restricted exhibit area…
- Expert personal consultations…
- Formal and informal Q&A sessions, breakouts, and workshops…
- Introductions to reliable real estate sources, business contacts, fellow expats, and professional legal resources…
- Access to attendee-only (optional) pre-conference and post-conference real estate tours…
- Access to optional cultural, craft, and sightseeing tours…
- Coffee breaks and snacks—at least 2 a day…
- An open-bar cocktail Welcome Reception…
- Seminar materials, notebooks, and handouts…
- Downloads of all conference presentations after the event is over…
- A complete set of professionally produced conference recordings…
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Banking In Panama – Where And How To Open Your AccountOffshore & Taxes, Panama, Panama Special Reports, Real Estate & Investing
Banking In Panama – Where And How To Open Your Account0 out of 5(0)
Panama is Central America’s preeminent banking destination. Its thriving banking sector has fueled the growth of the country’s economy and attracted dozens of international banks from around the globe. Of the 75 banks currently operating in the country, 2 are state-owned, 47 have general licenses, and 26 have international licenses.
Why Panama, you ask?
For starters, the country boasts strong regulatory oversight that maintains the stability of the banking system, and banks tend to stay afloat during periods of economic turmoil. Favorable tax incentives and high certificate of deposit (CD) rates draw in a constant flow of cash from foreign individuals and entities. On top of that, there are several laws in place that help ensure the privacy of clients. Together these factors contribute to Panama’s appeal as an offshore banking haven.SKU: PSR-BANKING-PANAMA
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Panama’s Most Well-Known WILDLIFE HEROESGet Started, Panama, Panama Special Reports, Retirement & Lifestyle
Panama’s Most Well-Known WILDLIFE HEROES0 out of 5(0)
The fight many worldwide organizations are putting up against poaching, illegal pet trade, trophy hunting, etc., is crucial. Panamanian organizations have taken a stand in defending, and even actively rescuing, local fauna.
Some organizations are dedicated to research, others to educating communities (particularly children) about the importance of conservation, and other organizations are dedicated to rescuing and caring for certain species.
The Pan-American Conservation Association (APPC) was founded in 2005 by Nestor Correa. This NGO’s mission is to preserve and protect Panama’s incredibly rich biodiversity. From its foundation until now, APPC has recused over 5,000 wild animals including ocelots, a jaguar, alligators, and monkeys. Their main rescue, though, are sloths.
APPC moved its rescue center and headquarters to the Gamboa Rainforest Resort in 2014, and it inaugurated the first Sloth Sanctuary in Panama in 2017.
Ricardo Moreno, a Panamanian biologist passionate about creating coexistence between jaguars and people, is founder and president of Yaguará Panamá. The organization focuses on research through data collection on the number of felines passing through and living on the isthmus.
Yaguará Panamá monitors individuals of specific species using tracking collars.
It’s important to know that anyone can help the conservation cause. Any action you take, no matter how small you may think it is, makes a difference.SKU: PSR-PANAMA-WILDLIFE-HEROES
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Panama’s Great Outdoors: A Local’s GuideGet Started, Panama, Panama Special Reports, Retirement & Lifestyle
Panama’s Great Outdoors: A Local’s Guide0 out of 5(0)
El Valle de Antón is a well-known getaway to Panamanians and foreigners alike. You’ll find several hiking trails here for different levels. Cerro Cara Iguana and Cerro La Silla are two beginner level hikes to try.
Cerro Trinidad in Capira is considered to be an intermediate level hike. It takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes to reach the top. The entire path is through the forest, and it’s a steep hike.
More experienced hikers (or anyone up for a challenge) can try Tife Waterfalls in Coclé. This hike is two days long, but it’s best enjoyed if you take your time and spend three days.
Hiking is not the only outdoors recreational activity to do, though. The San Blas Islands in the Caribbean, whale watching at Coiba, and visiting the mountain town of Boquete are only a few of the things you could do…
Panama has many hiking trails for you to explore. Some trails require you train beforehand, while others you can do without any training at all. Some you can even use for training purposes. No matter what your level of experience with outdoors, though, don’t venture out into the forests of Panama without a guide…SKU: PSR-PANAMA-OUTDOOR
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Boca Chica and Boca Brava, PanamaRetirement & Lifestyle, Panama, Panama Special Reports, Get Started
Boca Chica and Boca Brava, Panama0 out of 5(0)
Boca Chica is a beach town found in southwestern Panama’s Chiriquí Province. Lapped by the life-rich waters of the Pacific Ocean, it’s famous for having some of the best beaches in Panama. Directly in front of Boca Chica is Boca Brava Island, a protected area that’s ideal for stand-up paddle boarding, kayaking, or anchoring your boat.
The real draw to this town are the two (free) municipal boat ramps that serve as the gateway to the surrounding islands and coral reefs which make up the Gulf of Chiriquí National Marine Park. Wildlife you might encounter here includes howler monkeys, tiger herons, green iguanas, hawksbill and leatherback turtles, hammerhead sharks, white-tipped reef sharks, manta rays, and dolphins. Humpback whales calve here from August to November.
This is an incredible place for boating, fishing, wildlife viewing, snorkeling, and scuba diving. Discover Boca Chica and Boca Brava in this Panama Special Report.SKU: PSR-BOCA-CHICA