The recent redevelopment of Panama City’s old colonial district, Casco Viejo, has attracted a variety of boutique hotels, bohemian bars and stylish eateries. However, its Panama’s powder white beaches, surf breaks and natural settings that increasingly draw visitors. Bocas del Toro, a group of 68 Caribbean islands and described as “the place where primary rainforest meets the sea,” is a hotspot for nature enthusiasts. Kayaking, snorkeling, fishing and hiking are popular activities in Panama, as the country abounds with jungle hills and nature reserves. Other highlights include Chiriquí’s hot springs and pre-Hispanic ruins, Isla Coiba, a marine reserve in the Pacific, and the city of David.