\Whilst the world has been on lockdown, Vapues Travel was busy putting the finishing touches on their exciting new Panama tailored travel range, launching just in time for the country to reopen its doors to tourists on the 12th October. With almost 20 years of experience in Central American tourism, Vapues have become one of the leading Tour Operators and DMCs for Nicaraguan travel, specializing in creative and individually tailored travel proposals for clients from across the globe.
They will now be bringing their trusted, professional services to nearby Panama, operating across a range of popular and off-the-beaten-track destinations throughout the country. Vapues offer authentic Panamanian hotels, private vacation rentals, and a variety of curated experiences and tours which will show travelers the heart of this beautiful country. Alongside this, travelers can enjoy a complete, tailored service, with efficient transportation and the same reliable ground support on which Vapues have built their reputation.
“We’ve been excited about the possibilities in Panama for a long time, and have always felt that we can provide something different and valuable to travelers wanting to experience this unique part of the world,” says Vapues Travel’s founder, Jan Strik. “It has taken a lot of work to develop our product range and our contacts across the country, and I’m absolutely delighted with the results! The pandemic has been incredibly challenging for everyone in the industry, but the team has really pulled together to make this a reality, and we can’t wait to start creating tailored Panama travel proposals. We look forward to welcoming clients to both Panama and Nicaragua again soon.”
Vapues Travel was one of the first Central American companies to achieve Travelife Partner status, and continue to have a market-leading approach to sustainability and community development. You can read all about this, and take a look at their diverse Panama and Nicaragua tailored travel range, on their newly designed website.
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