Living in Panama – The Ultimate Guide for Expats (2019 Edition)

This is an excellent website from the folks at Panama Relocation Tours. It covers probably any topic you need to research and does it in a very realistic and truthful way. If you are considering Panama you need to check it out.

https://panamarelocationtours.com/living-in-panama

These people have earned my respect on line and in person because they really want to be helpful. They aren’t trying to sell you anything. They want people to understand the realities of moving to Panama so they can make the right decision for themselves, even if not moving to Panama is the right decision. It is costly both financially and emotionally to move and then find out the reality isn’t what you expected and isn’t making you happy.  It’s much better to be well informed beforehand.

So, check out the article, and if you want a tour, make reservations as soon as you can. Tours are selling out faster and faster as word from happy clients gets around. Here’s my affiliate link https://panamarelocationtours.com/?ref=7  (thank you 😊)

Happy Travels!

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About Kris Cunningham

We live in David, Chiriqui Provence, Republic of Panama! This blog is about some of our experiences in our new country.
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4 Responses to Living in Panama – The Ultimate Guide for Expats (2019 Edition)

  1. Alan Marshall says:

    This is a great post/reference material. Thanks Kris..!
    Alan (Whidbey Island). Same guy who asked you for the Agriculture Venture info recently.

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  2. Hi Alan! I thought they did an excellent jobs, glad you found it useful too.
    There was still more discussion along the same lines about the agriculture venture, and a couple people sent me messages because they were very interested in talking with me and giving me tours. Hmmm… I think you made the right decision.

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  3. Rick Faulk says:

    Kris,

    My wife and I went off schedule and found ourselves in David today and explored a bit. Can you suggest some neighborhoods that we could explore tomorrow where rentals might be in the 400-600 range? 2BR-3BR, Unfurnished.

    Rick

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