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In Panama, you could spend an entire week dedicated to exploring the country's coffee scene (and you should).

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You could do nothing but surf Playa Venao. You'll spot quetzals and sperm whales and over 2,600 species of orchids. Your senses will be feasting.

Thanks to its easy-to-reach location -- just south of Costa Rica -- and its usage of the US dollar, making a getaway here is a no-brainer for Americans. Between UNESCO sites, endless cups of the world's best java, mountains and monkeys, beaches and shores, you've got a few decisions to make. Start by researching below.

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Panama from the air

I crashed my drone into a river in Panama

I lived with a Guna family in Panama. What happened when I left is one of my best stories.

Inside the Darien Gap: An exploration in 19 photos

24 scenes of Kuna Indian culture and untouched islands in the San Blas archipelago

Why you should go to Panama

14 over-water bungalows to dream about at work


How a bar crawl in Panama changed how I travel forever

The cocktail lover’s guide to Panama City, Panama

Coiba Island, once Panama’s isolated prison, is now a scuba diving paradise

This festival brings together 60 Indigenous tribes with EDM partiers — but should it?

How to take the ultimate coffee trip through Panama

20 signs you’re raising a child in Panama

How to piss off a Panamanian

Dear travelers to Panama, please don’t come visit until you understand these 6 things

The 17 funniest expressions in Panamanian Spanish (and how to use them)


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