Visit at American expat's home in Boquete
Dec. 10, 2012
-- The Panama (http://www.liveforlessinpanama.com/
tours) Relocation Tour is a very unique tour package that allows participants to really witness what life is like in Panama and why this country is considered as one of the best places to retire to. While normal vacation tours bring its participants only to popular scenic spots, this special relocation tour is all about providing insights on the lives of American expats living in Panama and showing options and tips on which restaurants, markets and hospitals to go to as well as the best retirement houses available.
Jackie Lange, who recently moved from Texas to Boquete Panama (http://www.liveforlessinpanama.com/
tours), handles the tour and sees to it that participants are well taken care of. “This is not a real estate buying tour. There is no agenda to sell you anything
”, Jackie states. “My only goal is to introduce you to the Panama lifestyle
”, she further adds.
The tour includes meeting and visiting the homes of American expats and having lunch with them. This therefore gives participants plenty of time to ask questions and find answers about living in Panama (http://www.liveforlessinpanama.com/tours
). One feature of the tour is having drinks with an American expat who owns a coffee farm in Boquete, and eating at favorite expat hangouts. Jackie considers this as one of the tour’s highlights as meeting expats offers unique insights that may not be available anywhere else.
Moving to another country can be overwhelming and extremely stressful but this won’t be the case when one takes Jackie’s special tour before making that big move. The tour answers that need to get a nice preview of the Panamanian lifestyle and find out firsthand what life is like in this country. It is by far the only kind of Panama tour that is geared towards the tourist who considers the country as a place to retire to. The tour covers popular tourist attractions like the Panama Canal, but it is essentially designed for participants who want to see what living in Panama is like.
Panama has attracted many American expats as this country offers very low costs of living. A doctor’s visit may cost only $10. Eating at a restaurant, on the other hand, will allow one to spend less than $8, drinks included. The country’s advanced health care system is comparable to that in the United States and Canada. Most of its health care practitioners are graduates from popular US universities and have gone back to Panama to practice their profession. Apart from these modern conveniences, many American expats love the spring-like weather of Boquete. There’
s no need to shovel snow and spend for expensive heating devices.
There are currently no more spots for 2012 as Jackie’s tours fill up early. However, Jackie is already accepting reservations for 2013 bookings. This special tour is essentially a five-day and four-night package that includes airport transfers, ground transportation, meals and hotel stay. The price per person is $1450, but a couple sharing a room can join the tour for only $2400. More importantly, participants get free tips from Jackie on how to reduce costs and stretch one’s retirement funds.
Interested parties may call the number 972-220-9810 or visit www.LiveForLessInPanama.com
for more details and inquiries. The Panama Relocation Tour is a great opportunity to not only see the country’s unique culture and history but also visit residential areas, recreational facilities, hospitals, banks, markets and many more.