PRLog - Dec. 17, 2012 - RICHARDSON, Texas -- There’s one special tour that is very different from all the other travel and tours (http://www.liveforlessinpanama.com/
Visit at American expat's home in Boquete, Panama
This trip is handled by Jackie Lange, an American who has made the move to Panama (http://www.liveforlessinpanama.com/
“You won’t find another tour designed like this”, says Jackie, when asked why the Panama Relocation Tour is so unique. “This is the only tour that includes meeting with a lot of American expats who are already living in Panama,” she further adds. Jackie also states that the tour will also cover some scenic spots but it is most importantly geared towards people who are considering Panama as a place for retirement (http://www.liveforlessinpanama.com/
Since the year is almost coming to a close, there are no more tours available for 2012. However, Jackie has already prepared a tour outline for 2013. While the 2012 Panama tours used to be only good for five days and four nights, Jackie has improved the tour agenda for 2013. She has extended the stay of participants to make the event more comprehensive and in-depth. The tours in 2013 are therefore an extended package of 7 days and 6 nights.
“The tour basically covers everything”, Jackie states with a smile. Airport transfers, ground transportation, all meals and hotel stays are included. Most importantly, valuable tips and tricks from Jackie herself will be learned as the tour proceeds. Jackie sees to it that every participant is well taken-cared of and that all their needs are met. She or her husband will be with the tour group on official tour days.
Panama has become a retirement haven of various American and European expats. According to Wikipedia, this country is in fact among the top five places for retirement in the world. Low costs of living make Panama such a great choice. The country is also known for its natural beauty, tropical rainforest, fine tasting coffee, delicious fruits and advanced healthcare system. Panama is a third world country yet it has a booming economy thanks to its famous canal. The Panama Canal contributes greatly to the country’s economy as it is where trade and shipping activities are being conducted.
“A lot of people are actually surprised to find tall skyscrapers in Panama City”, says Jackie. “Panama has great promise that’s why we chose to live here. It is where we can enjoy a comfortable lifestyle in an inexpensive way”, Jackie adds further. She also states that the Panama Relocation Tour definitely answers that need for a tour that’s geared towards retirees and people who simply want a nice life after working so hard for many years.