FAQ's

While the main pool is designated for families, we have arranged private, dedicated spa access with a hot-tub for both women and men, ensuring a comfortable and inclusive experience for all participants.

Yes, Panama City has over 40+ kosher restaurants and eateries that cater to the Jewish community and visitors. 

Panama City is home to two massive kosher markets: Super Kosher and Deli K.

Look for kosher certification symbols on food packaging. Common certifications include those from recognized kosher authorities such as Shevet Ahim, OU (Orthodox Union) or OK (Organized Kashrut Laboratories).

A: Super Kosher and Deli K carry a wide selection of kosher wines from all over the world. You can also inquire at liquor stores like the Winery which has a lot of kosher options.

Which type of electrical outlets are utilized in Panama

Panama and the United States both use the same type of electrical outlets. Both countries predominantly use type A and type B electrical outlets, which means that travelers from the USA generally do not need a power adapter when visiting Panama, as their devices will be compatible with the local outlets. However, it's always a good idea to check the specific type of outlets in the area you'll be staying, as variations can exist.

Travel Requirement

Passport: A valid passport is typically required for entry into Panama. Ensure that your passport has at least six months of validity beyond your planned departure date.

Visa Requirements: Many nationalities do not require a visa for short stays in Panama, usually up to 180 days. However, this can vary, so check the specific visa requirements based on your nationality. If a visa is required, ensure that you obtain it before traveling.

Return Ticket: Panama may require proof of a return or onward ticket when you arrive. This is to show that you have plans to leave the country within the allowed period.

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