- Sublime introduction to Panamanian cuisine and drinks
- Get insider tips on the best places to eat
- Try Geisha coffee, among the finest in the world
Visiting Panama and want to get an insight into the local cuisine? Or just looking for an entertaining walking tour with a difference? Join a friendly local guide for a wander through the streets of Panama City, beginning with a look at Panama’s famous coffee culture. You’ll sip a fresh cup of Geisha coffee, an aromatic bean that is reckoned to be one of the world’s best, and most expensive. Afterwards, it’s on to the stunningly beautiful neighborhood of Casco Viejo, the old town, where you’ll pass the historic Iglesia de la Merced on your way to taste some delicious organic chocolate, cultivated from beans by the indigenous Ngöbe people.
Leaving the cobbled streets of Casco Viejo behind, it’s on to a well-known local microbrewery, where you can watch as the beer is made before sampling a little yourself. Further treats await at a seafood market where you can taste ceviche, Panama’s national dish, and at a cocktail bar where you’ll sip on a drink made from the country’s oldest and best rum looking out across the sunset. Your guide will depart, leaving you with a few restaurant recommendations for your dinner, and plenty of ideas on what to order first!