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Renting an Alamo hire car to pick up in Panama is hassle-free, and you have the opportunity to select a model to meet you and your family or party's needs. It's the most convenient and economical way to travel while you are enjoying your holiday.
The southernmost country in Central America, Panama is bordered by Costa Rica, Columbia and the Caribbean Sea, and is best known for the 48-mile canal that connects the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Offering gorgeous sandy beaches, bustling cities, lush rainforests, and spectacular mountains, Panama is a diverse country just waiting to be explored. And the best way to see everything that Panama has to offer is in your own rental car.
Panama's history and cultural heritage is both rich and varied, and with so much to see and do it is little wonder that the country's tourism industry continues to flourish. Renting a car is perfect if you love having independence while on holiday and plan on being spontaneous along the way. While driving in Panama City itself can be a little daunting, the country's roads are generally well serviced and clearly marked, which is perfect if you have seldom driven abroad before.
While most travellers find themselves spoiled for choice when it comes to things to do while in Panama, below are just a few places you should make a point of visiting while in this exotic Central American locale:
The Panama Canal: One of the most noteworthy waterways in the world, the Panama Canal is well worth a visit if only to marvel at the wonder of the engineering involved. Playing host to almost 14,000 vessels a year, the canal offers a number of tours every day.
Panama City: While driving around Panama City itself can be a little daunting for those who may be unfamiliar with its roads and architecture, the country's capital is well worth a visit. The heart of the city is a metropolitan centre of trade and industry with plenty to keep even the most jaded traveller entertained, while just beyond the city's limits there is an enormous rainforest just waiting to be explored.
Coiba National Park: If you want to take a break from sitting behind the wheel and explore Panama's crystal clear waters, this is where to do it. Situated in the Gulf of Chiriquí on Panama's Pacific coast, Coiba National Park comprises 38 islands that are home to all manner of plant and animal life including numerous species of dolphins, whales, crocodiles, turtles, and snakes.