Dallas, TX, January 20, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The Panama Relocation Tour is all set for 2013 as it announces the availability of both 7-day and 5-day tour packages. While both of these tours are comprehensive on their own, Jackie, the owner and manager of the tour, believes that offering both packages will further answer the needs of people who are considering Panama as a place for retirement. “Those who are interested to join the tour now have an option on whether to avail the longer 7-day trip or the original 5-day tour,” Jackie states. “A majority of our tour participants in the past have extended a day or two for more exploring which is why we created the 7-day tour,” she further adds.
The Panama Relocation Tour is no ordinary Panama tour where participants are simply taken from one tourist attraction to another. This one of a kind tour focuses on showing participants what living in Panama is like and what migrating to this country entails. While popular tourist destinations are included in the trip, participants will also see key residential areas, hospitals, banks, drugstores, markets, grocery stores and shopping centers. Jackie believes that showing the tour group these key areas will really help them decide if Panama is right for them.
Jackie encourages everyone to visit Panama and see why this country is among the cheapest places to live and one of the best places for retirement. The tour will be taken to Panama towns and cities where thousands of American and European expats have already settled. The tour includes a trip to the country’s capital Panama City, the beach and well-developed beach town of Coronado, the fishing village of Bocas del Toro, the cool and beautiful mountain highlands of Boquete and the city of David. By visiting these areas, participants will be able to determine which particular Panama town suits them the most.
What differentiates the 7-day tour from the 5-day package is the inclusion of Bocas del Toro and Volcan. These two areas are not covered by the 5-day tour. Those who do not want to visit Bocas and Volcan can therefore choose the 5-day package and pay only $1450 per person or $2400 for a couple sharing a room. On the other hand, tourists who want a more comprehensive view of Panama can get the 7-day tour for $1995 per person or $3600 for two people staying in one room.
Jackie points out that the highlight of the Panama Relocation Tour is the opportunity to meet and interact with the expats. Lunches and dinners with the expats are all part of the 7-day and 5-day tours. Participants will be taken to expat-owned businesses and favorite hangouts where there will be plenty of time to ask questions and find answers. Jackie feels that this rare opportunity to socialize with the expats will make one’s travel to Panama more complete.
“No one else is doing a tour like this in Panama. You will be able to learn in 5 or 7 days if Panama is right for you and how you can improve your lifestyle with less expense and less stress,” Jackie enthuses. Jackie also adds that Panama is among the cheapest places to live in the world. “Those who join the tour will discover that dinner for two in Panama only costs $8 including drinks,” she offers. The 7-day and 5-day tours of Jackie’s Panama Relocation Tour is all about showing what real living in Panama is like. This tour is new, unique, different and definitely a nice addition to Panama’s tourism industry.
www.LiveforLessinPanama.com is a company owned and managed by Jackie Lange, who has made the move to Panama in 2012. This company offers the all inclusive Panama Relocation and Retirement Tour that shows participants exactly what it is like to live in Panama. The tour package includes lodging during official tour nights, all internal ground transportation, meals as indicated in the itinerary and a local driver fluent in English and Spanish. This tour is the first and only one of its kind package that really shows participants the kind of lifestyle that awaits people who decide to move to Panama.