FAQs About Life, Panama | Panama Special Report
If you’re considering a move to Panama—especially if you’re still determining whether or not the country is an ideal fit for you—you likely have an immense list of questions.
To be able to make an informed decision, you’ll want to know about cost of living, climate, infrastructure, safety, quality of life, public transportation, visas and residency, health care, and many other factors.
This kind of in-depth insight isn’t always easy to find with a Google search. That’s why we compiled a list of frequently asked questions from our readers about life in the Hub of the Americas.
This report features information gained from boots-on-the-ground experience in Panama and answers some of the most pressing questions would-be retirees to Panama have, including how to import pets, the particulars of gun ownership, owning real estate as a foreigner, incentives for foreign investment in Panama, the best places to live for a drier climate, whether learning Spanish is necessary, shopping opportunities, how the country is coping with the global financial crisis, and many others.
By the time you’ve finished reading, you’ll understand why Panama is the preferred offshore haven of tens of thousands of expats and retirees…