Leisure, fun and education are words that can describe the Panama Relocation Tours being offered by Live for Less in Panama. The tour company is now on its second year, and celebrates its two-year anniversary by offering a $100 discount for the tour slated in August. Participants who sign up before July 15 will earn a spot for the August trip, and be entitled to the $100 off the regular tour price.
Here is what Live for Less in Panama owner and tour organizer, Jackie Lange, has to say about the tour. “Learn what life would be like living in Panama. Our Panama tour will take you to a variety of different areas so you can decide which Panama town or city is best for you. We’ll visit local shops and markets, talk with an attorney to discuss visa options, and socialize with some American expats who are already living in Panama. You’ll discover why so many people are moving to Panama.”
When asked what the highlight of the Panama Relocation Tour (http://panamarelocationtours.com/) is, previous tour participants say that it’s the rare opportunity to meet and greet with the expats that makes the tour very unique. The 7-day tour in August includes lunch with expat Bob Adams who lives in Panama City, as well as a visit to restaurants, markets and bars where plenty of expats hang out. Participants can ask questions and find answers about life in Panama.
Jackie suggests that participants arrive a day or two before the official tour begins. “Arriving early allows you to do some exploring on your own. By and large, Panama City is very safe, and well patrolled by the police.”
The Panama Relocation Tour is limited to 12 adults per tour group. Presently the July Panama tour is full, while the August tour has 6 available seats. The special offer of $100 off per person is for participants who sign up before July 15. “After the promotional period, I’m afraid that we have to go back to our regular price, because we also have to pay extra for last minute bookings”, Jackie explains.
“The tour was perfectly designed and executed for someone considering Panama as a new place to live. The various micro-climates, the cost of living and housing, the ease of travel and day-to-day living, and other trade-offs could not have been covered better. We found the contacts with the expats who are presently living in the area to be invaluable, providing the insight of people who are already living in Panama for several years”, says Glenn and Helen of California
The Panama Relocation Tour in August is from August 16 to 20. Interested people, who wish to avail of the $100 discount and learn about real living in Panama, may visit www.liveforlessinpanama.com/tours or call Jackie Lange at 972-591-8282.