Panama Star Tours is a Panamanian incoming tourism operator (DMC) committed to the satisfaction of the highest expectations of travel professionals and their clients. In our period of operations, we have positioned ourselves as a customer oriented company, providing personalized services and high quality.
Our standard establishes a commitment to respond requests for quotes in the following 24 hours and response to requests for reservation in 1 hour. In addition to mastering several languages, our team has extensive experience in the tourism industry, having worked in airlines, travel agencies and hotels. A considerable investment in information technology allows us to have the necessary tools to provide a timely and professional service.
We always work with our clients in mind as a priority, in their needs and expectations, to make your visit to Panama a memorable experience
The Republic of Panama is an American country located in the extreme southeast of Central America, exactly on the isthmus of the same name that links Central America with South America and is made up of 9 provinces and 3 indigenous districts, its borders bordering the Caribbean Sea, Pacific Ocean, Costa Rica and Colombia. It has an area of 75,517 km² and its capital is Panama. The official language is Spanish and has a population of more than three and a half million inhabitants. It has a mountainous territory and also islands with many beaches and population with indigenous culture.
Its status as a transit country made it a meeting point for cultures from all over the world. The country is the geographical stage of the Panama Canal, a work that facilitates communication between the coasts of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans and significantly influences world trade. Due to its geographical position, it now offers the world a wide range of maritime, commercial, real estate and financial services, including the Colon Free Zone, the largest free zone on the continent and the second largest in the world.16
It has a privileged position in several Latin American growth and development classifications, such as the Human Development Index 2011 (first place in Central America and sixth in Latin America). The country is categorized in absolute terms, that is to say, regardless of the distribution of wealth, as well as of medium-high incomes.