Panama: First-World Convenience at Third-World Prices-Moving to Panama.

Moving to Panama

Moving your household goods: We recommend that you buy new householdgoods in Panama, as they’re inexpensive andthere is so much to choose from. Moving your household goods overseas can be quite expensive (more than a couple thousand dollars in shipping alone). In Panama, you can buy everything you need and save yourself time, money, and hassle. What’s more, you’ll most likely want a different type of furniture than what you have in your home up north.

Moving your children to Panama: Panama is a wonderful country for children. From cultural activities in the city tooutdoor activities of all kinds in the countryside, there is much to keep children educatedand entertained. Panama has wonderful beaches, lovely small towns, and lush forests, perfect for exploring with children. Most importantly, there are excellent schools, particularly in Panama City, and many of them are bilingual. Panama also has a U.S. university presence. For example, FSU has a satellite campus here, as does the University of Louisville.

Moving with your pets: Moving your cat or dog to Panama is relatively easy. You’ll need to get some paperwork from your vet and an international health certificate, to confirm that your pet is healthy and up-to-date with vaccinations and immunizations. A Panamanian embassy or consulate in the U.S. will authenticate and stamp your paperwork provided it is in order. On flying into Panama, you’ll need to give your paperwork to the veterinarian on duty at the international airport.

Note: If you are traveling by air, make sure to contact the airline you will be flying with and obtain information about pet transportation. Make sure to let the airline know in advance that you will be traveling with your pet and ask them to provide you with a confirmation number.

Panama City


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