Panama raises all restrictions of travel

 Tuesday, September 20, 2022 


It might have taken some time, but the Central American gem of Panama has raised all of its travel restrictions related to COVID-19, finally, which kept several enthusiasts away from visiting the place.

Basically, they have returned their pre-2020 admission rule, allowing for the recommencement of normal tourism.

Everyone is welcome, be it vaccinated or not, as of this week.

Panama is a transitory nation that connects the Americas by straddling the narrowest strip of land.

Much like its well admired neighboring countries like Colombia and Costa Rica among many others, it has been seeing major rise in demand of late.

As this can be credited to its high affordability in comparison to other adjacent destinations, one factor that helps to produce such atmosphere is nature.

Panama’s is simply dramatic, and travelers who are cautious about restriction are keen to brave the great outdoors and enjoy more freedom. The nature-rich country, at last, has switched sides to hug its young travellers.

The Covid management of Latin America has been critical to say the least. At one point, when compared to Europe and the U.S., the collective had some of the easiest travel rules in the globe, mainly where borders closed totally for such a long time.

Then, the tables turned and a once-conservative Northern Hemisphere unexpectedly chose normalcy.

Border restrains raised, economies reopened and Covid started being treated like a communal disease all over the countries in Europe, causing a cascading effect.

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