Friday - Thursday, 2.9.2024 thru 2.15.2024

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Everything you need to know before arriving in Panama

Trip Details

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Total Cost $2,396.00 per person

R/trip Air from Houston, 4.5*All-Inclusive Beach front Resort, Jr. Suite Rooms, Round/trip Transfers, & More!

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Payments:

A Non-Refundable/Non-Transferable Deposit of $400.00 per person due 6/30/2023 Holds Space (Prices Subject to Change After Deposit Date) 2nd payment of $450.00 due by August 15, 2023 3rd payment of $450.00 due by October 5, 2023 4th payment of $500.00 due Nov 20, 2023………Final Payment due by January 6, 2024 All Cancellations inside 90 days of travel 35% penalty After Final Payment date 100% Penalty or $100.00 Late Fee after 01/6/24)

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2023

FEBRUARY 2024 ANNUAL ALL - INCLUSIVE GETAWAY to PANAMA Friday - Thursday,

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More about Panama

The first human beings lived in Panama about 11,000 BC. By 2,500 BC they had learned to make pottery and later people from the region traded with others as far north as Mexico and as far south as Peru. The first European to land in Panama was a Spaniard named Rodrigo Galvan de Bastidas in 1501. The first Spanish settlement in Panama was made in 1510. Then on 25 September 1513, Vasco Nunez de Balboa became the first European to see the Pacific Ocean (which he called the South Sea and which he claimed for Spain). Then in 1519 Pedro Arias de Avila founded Panama City. Meanwhile, the indigenous people were decimated by European diseases, to which they had no resistance.

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Spearheads found in Panama date back to around 11,000 years ago, making them the first solid evidence of humans in the country. Panama was far too south for Mayan and Aztec influence. And the thick jungles of the Darien prevented too much influence by the Andean civilizations to the south.

The first human beings lived in Panama about 11,000 BC. By 2,500 BC they had learned to make pottery and later people from the region traded with others as far north as Mexico and as far south as Peru. The first European to land in Panama was a Spaniard named Rodrigo Galvan de Bastidas in 1501. The first Spanish settlement in Panama was made in 1510. Then on 25 September 1513, Vasco Nunez de Balboa became the first European to see the Pacific Ocean (which he called the South Sea and which he claimed for Spain). Then in 1519 Pedro Arias de Avila founded Panama City. Meanwhile, the indigenous people were decimated by European diseases, to which they had no resistance.

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