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Panama Relocation Tours Announce Its Exciting Itinerary in 2015

Panama Relocation Tours Announce Its Exciting Itinerary in 2015

Panama Relocation Tours, Inc. is definitely all set for 2015 as it announces its tour itinerary for the next year. The company will kick off its first round of tours on January 17, 2015. As early as now, there are only 4 remaining seats for the January tour, while the February Panama Relocation Tour is all sold out. However, there are still plenty of seats for tours happening in March, April, May, June, July, August, September and December.

There will be no tours in October and November because these are the rainiest months in Panama. According to Panama Relocation Tours owner and general manager, Jackie Lange, tour guests will have a difficult time travelling from one area of Panama to another because of the rain; hence, she decided to not offer any tours during the rainy season.

Jackie says, “All hotel reservations are ready for our 2015 round of Panama Relocation Tours. We’re all very excited to start the New Year with a bang! I and the rest of the team promise to deliver only the best for our guests.”

The 2015 Panama Relocation Tours will start in Panama City. Guests will get to experience a hop-on and hop-off bus tour of the city. Guests can hop off and visit the places they want to see, and then hop on the next bus to visit another part of the city.

In Panama City, guests will get the chance to meet a Panamanian attorney who will discuss the various visa options available and the requirements that lead to residency. The group will also get to see modern hospitals and drive across the Panama Canal.

From Panama City, guests will travel to the different towns and cities of Panama suitable for retirement. From beautiful beaches and bustling cities to picturesque mountain highlands, Jackie and her team will take their guests on a journey that aims to provide an objective view of  life in Panama .

“Our goal is that at the end of the tour, guests will be able to decide if  living in Panama is right for them”, says Jackie. “We also want to equip our guests with information about a Panama relocation. We provide a manual that contains tips and suggestions about moving to Panama, and a list of useful contacts.”

Former tour participant, Steve K. from Florida, USA, thanks Jackie and her team for providing the Panama Relocation Tours. “This was my second time through and found it even more enlightening than the first time. Your emphasis on introducing the group to expats throughout the tour has been a very valuable part of both tours. Because of this, I feel that I now have friends and contacts in every part of the country.”

The tour schedule for the 2015 Panama Relocation Tours can be found on the company’s official website. Panama Relocation Tours are not usual tours that take its guests from one tourist spot to another. The tours are focused in preparing participants for a possible Panama relocation. Interested parties may visit or call Jackie Lange herself at 972-496-4500.

About Panama Relocation Tours, Inc.

Panama Relocation Tours, Inc. is the brainchild of Jackie Lange, an American businesswoman who moved to Panama in 2010. The company was the proponent of the one of a kind Panama tours designed for relocation and retirement planning. Jackie fell in love with Panama’s inexpensive yet comfortable way of life. Now, she brings Panama Relocation Tours that are focused in showing the real Panamanian lifestyle available to retirees. Jackie’s Panama tours offer an objective, informative view of real Panama living.

Contact Information
Jackie Lange
Next Door LLC & Panama Relocation Tours, Inc.
Panama City, Panama
972-591-8282 or 972-496-6032

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