Packages in Aguadulce
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Aguadulce Vacation Packages
Aguadulce Vacation Packages
Aguadulce is located 85 miles southwest of the capital city, Panama City.
Beach-styled hair, a glow to your skin and the earth beneath your feet. A vacation isn't a vacation without these small joys. Coronado Beach, 50 miles to the northeast, and Teta Beach, 50 miles to the northeast, are a couple of scenic places.
The area around this destination features some splendid natural areas. Two worthwhile attractions nearby to Aguadulce are Las Yayas Falls (30 miles away) and El Cope National Park (30 miles away).
Don't forget to stop by either Stella Sierra Regional Museum or Museum of Salt and Sugar, or both.
Two nice locations worth checking out near Aguadulce are Barrio Unidos (3 miles to the southeast) and El Roble (7 miles to the southwest).
It's worth taking the family to La Arena, a regional center just 19 miles to the south of Aguadulce. This area boasts several visitor attractions, such as Church of St. Athanasius, Museo de la Nacionalidad and Catedral San Juan Bautista. Herrera Museum and Chitre Golf Club are also great choices if you have time for more.
Be sure to take your taste buds on a tour of this region's cafés and restaurants.
You may not have paid much attention to the complexities of rice and plantains in the past, but you'll surely be an expert on these well-known ingredients by the end of the trip!
Any well-versed foodie should be sure they try tamales (corn dough rolls) and corvina (baked fish) before surfing the menu for any other local dishes.
No meal can come to an end until you've had a delicious dessert. Raspados (ice topped with sweet syrup) will surely do the trick.
Find yourself a bottle of Balboa, one of this region's homegrown beers.
If you want to have an alcohol-free beverage, resbaladera (chilled barley and rice drink) is definitely a possibility.
Bond with the people you meet by putting in the effort to speak a few key phrases in Spanish. ¡Salud! means cheers/good health! in Spanish. ¡Cuánto tiempo! (long time no see) is good to practice as well.
The 3rd of November is the day when the whole country will celebrate Independence Day. You're sure to find plenty of festivities going on if you're lucky enough to be here then.
As your time here comes to an end, be sure to wave Panama a fond "Hasta la vista".
The handiest airport is Marcos A. Gelabert International Airport, and it is about 85 miles to the northeast.