Panamadera is now accepting
pre-orders for Playa Hermosa, a spectacular beachfront eco-community and
reforestation project on the Pacific Coast of Panama.
investments may achieve long-term returns exceeding the major stock
indices and help diversify your financial portfolio.
Panama's Law 24 provides tax and residency benefits for qualified investments
in reforestation projects.
Panama is a safe and attractive country
perfect for holiday, vacation home, expat living or retirement.
Lonely Planet's Panama (2nd edition). Personally our favorite
guidebook on Panama. This in-depth volume provides detailed coverage
of Panama, accommodations for any budget, restaurant coverage, and 42
detailed maps of cities, parks, beaches and even surf sites. Before
you come visit us, order your copy of Lonely Planet's Panama Guide.
You won't be sorry, and it will be great reading for your flight to Panama
The Path Between the Seas: The Creation of the Panama Canal, 1870-1914,
by David McCullough. This is one of the most fantastic non-fiction
pieces we've ever read on any topic, period. It starts with early
European exploration of what is now Panama, includes the first attempt by
the French to cut a sea-level canal, and ends with the American Success at
cutting the current canal. Upon finishing this book, one of us flew to
Panama City to take the all-day train tour of the Canal. Once you
start reading, you will have a hard time putting it down. The book is
How Wall Street Created a Nation: J.P. Morgan, Teddy Roosevelt, and
the Panama Canal, by Ovidio Diaz Espino. Illustrates how a
combination of financial gain and arrogant American imperialism culminated
in the building of the Panama Canal.
Panama, by Carlos Ledson Miller. Captures the sweep of
Panama's tumultuous history. Moving between past and present -- from
pivotal events in Panama's past to the American withdrawal from the Canal in
1999 -- this is the fast-paced saga of a man and a nation searching for
A Guide to the Birds of Panama, by Robert S. Ridgely and John A.
Gwynne. This is the first paperback version of the second edition of
the popular "A Guide to the Birds of Panama." Pick up a copy to learn
more about the birds you're likely to see on Panamadera's eco-developments.
A Field Guide to the Mammals of Central America & Southeast Mexico,
by Fiona A. Reid. A comprehensive guide to the mammals of Central
America. Illustrated with 48 full-color plates and many drawings, the
book accounts for all mammals native to the land and surrounding waters of
Central America. Learn about the animals you might
encounter at Panamadera's eco-developments.
Adventures in Nature Panama, by William Friar and Bill Friar.
Highlights the most interesting places and activities for adventure
travelers. Includes vivid scenic descriptions of Panama -- from the
cool highlands like Boquete, to the lowland tropical forest -- along with
tips on getting around and a wide variety of accommodation options.
The Tailor of Panama, by John Le Carre. A spy novel set in
Panama, where a plot is in place to make void the Panama Treaty, which would
return control of the Panama Canal to the Panamanians in 1999. Even
though 1999 has come and passed, and the Canal is safely in the hands of the
Panamanians, this is still a good read.
Panama Map, by International Travel Maps and Books of Vancouver,
Canada. Map of Panama and portion of its neighbors with elevations
indicated by color changes.
Panama Guide-Map, by Treaty Oak (Editor), Editorial Escudo De Oro,