Since October 12, Panama has reopened its borders to international travelers, keeping the safety and health of tourists and locals as our top priority.

Visitors from most countries can visit Panama, however a negative COVID-19 test is required to enter. For more information on entry requirements and restrictions by country, visit: https://visitpanama.com/information/travel-guidelines/

For the 2020 holiday season, December 18 to January 14, 2021, there are more mobility restrictions, as well as a mandatory curfew. During this same period of time, beaches and other attractions will be closed during periods of total quarantine.

The protocols will be updated as needed.

Last updated on March 21, 2021.

The protocols will be updated as needed.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON HOW TO ENTER PANAMA, VISIT:

https://visitpanama.com/information/travel-guidelines/


STAY HOME EXCEPT FOR ESSENTIAL TRAVEL AND FOLLOW THE SAFETY GUIDELINES:

Lockdown Guide. Raised hand. Physical distancing: two people standing 6 feet apart. Caption: If you must go out, stay 6 feet apart.

Stay at home

Physical Distancing

Face Masks: an image of a person with a face mask on. Caption: If you can't distance, wear a face mask. Health Habits image: running water tap with hands washing beneath the water. Caption: Wash your hands with soap and water.

Use of mask

Wash your hands

EMERGENCY CONTACTS:

  • Ministry of Health:
  • Citizen attention center:
  • Actualized information about COVID:
  • Civil Aviation Authority:
  • Migration:
  • National Police:
  • US Embassy: