The Panama Relocation Tour starts the year on a positive note as tour seats for 2013 are quickly filling up. This tour is the only one of its kind Panama tour that's designed to show participants what living in Panama is like.
January 15, 2013 (Newswire) - The Panama Relocation Tour starts the New Year with more momentum as seats for tour dates in 2013 are filling up quickly. Jackie Lange, owner and manager of this special Panama tour announces that the expanded 7-day and 6-night tour in February is already full. However, Jackie is quick to add that seats for April, June, August and September are still available. "Those who are interested to be a part the tour can still join us in April for a 5-day tour package and in June for a 7-day trip. Both the 5-day and 7-day tours are offered for the August and September tour dates", Jackie reveals.
Jackie's Panama Relocation Tour is limited to only 12 participants. While February seats are already sold out, the tour that will commence from April 5 to 9 still has 7 seats left and from June 20 to 27, 8 seats. The tour schedules for August and September both have 12 seats available. The tour covers key cities and towns like Panama City, Coronado, David, Bocas del Toro and Boquete. These are the areas where thousands of American expats live and where tour participants can interact with the expats during their stay in Panama.
When asked what the highlight of the tour is, Jackie says that the opportunity to meet and really talk to the American expats who have made the move to Panama is considered as the tour's highlight. Participants will be taken to expat owned businesses and common expat hangouts where they will get the chance to meet and ask questions to the people who know exactly what moving to Panama entails. Lunches and dinners with expats are a tour staple so participants have plenty of time to ask questions.
"No one else is doing a tour like this in Panama", Jackie points out. "The Panama Relocation Tour is the only tour that's designed to show exactly what living in Panama is like", Jackie reiterates. She goes on to say that apart from meeting expats, participants will also visit key residential areas, hospitals, drugstores, shopping centers, markets and tourist attractions. "This tour is a great opportunity for those who are considering Panama as a place for retirement and for people who have already decided to migrate to Panama", she adds with a smile.
The 7-day tour package is priced at $1995 per person or $3600 for two people sharing a room. The 5-day tour package, on the other hand, is priced at $1450 per person or $2400 for two people staying in one room. Both tours are all-inclusive packages which mean that ground transportation, meals and hotel stays are all included in the fee. Participants will be picked up from the Tocumen International Airport by an English speaking driver and then be taken to their hotel upon arrival.
"Panama is a wonderful country to go to", Jackie enthuses. "It is a third world country, yes, but it is accelerating positively as evidenced by its various infrastructure projects slated this year and the coming years ahead. Living expenses are very cheap in Panama; thus, it is a place where people can truly enjoy a comfortable life", she further stresses.
The Panama Relocation Tour answers that need to visit Panama in order to plan and organize retirement and settling in the country. The tour is already off to a great start with February seats sold out and April and June seats already starting to fill up. Jackie is positive that the tour will be able to help a lot of people plan retirement in Panama. She suggests that tour participants stay an extra week after the tour so that they can do exploring on their own and further see what life is like in Panama.