Five Reasons You Should Move Your Family to Panama!




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When looking to live and invest in Panama, you’re sometimes not just making a decision for yourself, but for your whole family. Relocating your family can be tough, especially if you have kids. Luckily, in Panama, there’s lots of potential for kids, including expats who relocate. Whether you’re moving to Panama for just a few years, or here for the long haul, you can find family-friendly activities, housing, recreation, and schools to fit your need. To give you a little taste of what’s in store for you and the family in your Panama adventure, here are 5 great reasons that make Panama a family-friendly destination.

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1.Safety

Earlier this year, when polled on what was the number one concern of Panama’s citizens, the majority of Panamanians said safety. And there’s a reason for that. While Panama has seen crime fluctuate over the past two years, it continues to be the safest country in the region, and one of the safest in all of Latin America. And people in Panama are very aware of safety and security. This creates a much healthier atmosphere to raise families in, and is a major factor in drawing both businesses and expats to relocate to Panama.

2. Accessibility.

Bringing your family to a foreign country will more than likely cause some homesickness from time to time; and that’s perfectly normal. One of the biggest benefits for expat families who relocate to Panama is that Panama has an incredibly accessible location. Travel, be it for going home to see the grandparents or taking a quick vacation, is very easy and accessible. Panama is just a few hours flight from the US, and has around 100 non-stop international destinations via its 3 international airports.

3. Climate

Panama has a tropical climate that allows for kids, and adults alike, to enjoy outdoor activities all year round. This is great for families who want to explore their new home, and for children who want to play and learn outdoors. Even in rainy season, there are lots of fun things to do in the outdoors in Panama that can be both a fun and educational experience for people of all ages.

3. Climate

Panama has a tropical climate that allows for kids, and adults alike, to enjoy outdoor activities all year round. This is great for families who want to explore their new home, and for children who want to play and learn outdoors. Even in rainy season, there are lots of fun things to do in the outdoors in Panama that can be both a fun and educational experience for people of all ages.

4. Schools

If you’re bringing your family to Panama with school-aged kids, you don’t need to alter their curriculum drastically. Panama is home to many private, international schools, which are taught in English, and have up to college preparatory courses. Private schools in Panama are also comparably very affordable, giving international schools and students an advantage over many other popular expat destinations.

5. Community

There are so many great family-friendly communities in Panama, that it would take a blog post in and of itself to name them all. Panama is very much a family oriented country, and residential communities try their hardest to keep this spirit alive. Most towns/cities have local community centers, sports groups, and religious groups for children. Even in the hustle and bustle of Panama City, most buildings and neighborhoods have well equipped social areas and playgrounds for kids of all ages.

About POLS Attorneys Staff Writer


As one of the leading Panama Law Firms, and one of the regions most reliable offshore service providers, POLS Attorneys brings a wide range of professional knowledge to our clients needs. Our staff is made up of professional offshore consultants, Panama attorneys and immigration specialists who are experienced in offshore business, understand international investment and asset protection strategies, and are experts in providing a seamless Panama immigration process.

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