Frommer's Panama (Frommer's Complete), 2nd Edition by Jisel Perilla

By Jisel Perilla

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S. citizens traveling to Panama to present a valid passport. ) For information on how to get a passport, go to “Passports” in the “Fast Facts” appendix, p. 302—the websites listed provide downloadable passport applications as well as the current fees for processing passport applications. S. gov. Important: When entering the country travelers must be able to demonstrate proof of sufficient funds if requested, and they must present an onward or return ticket. And keep in mind that Panama charges a departure tax of $20 (£10) at the airport; the tax might already be included in the price of your ticket.

Gwynne (Princeton University Press, 1992), which is the layman’s bible to identifying the many birds you’ll see during your visit, and includes tips on where you’re most likely to see them. Most guides and nature lodges have a copy of this book on hand, although it’s always best to have your own. A good all-around book to have is Carrol Henderson’s The Field Guide to the Wildlife of Costa Rica (University of Texas Press, 2002). Although it’s a Costa Rican guide, this book is useful in Panama since these two neighboring countries are home to much of the same fauna.

This trail can be walked today, and portions of the stone-inlaid path still exist. With Incan gold nearly exhausted, the Spanish turned their interests to the immense supply of silver found in Peruvian mines, and in 1537 they held their first trading fair, which would grow into one of the most important fairs in the world. With so much wealth changing hands on the isthmus, pirate attacks became increasingly common, and ports like Nombre de Dios declined in importance after having been raided by the English pirate Sir Francis Drake twice in 1572 and 1573.

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