At Expat Focus, we like to be on the lookout for resources around the web that could help prospective expats adjust to their new countries. Today, we’re taking a look at Panama and some of the social media accounts you should be following if you’re thinking of moving there.ExPats In Panama
With over 6500 members, the ExPats in Panama Facebook Group has a few basic rules, but is a welcoming helpful forum for new to the country expats and settled in internationals alike. As it has expanded so rapidly, if you are currently living outside of the country, to join you need to be invited by an existing member of the forum.
Women Expats living in or interested in Panama
Though it isn’t a super active place, the Facebook Page ‘Women Expats living in or interested in Panama’ is a supportive place for women who are in or interested in living in Panama to meet and get to know each other while planning outings and dinners in Panama. The members who use the page are supportive and understand what it is to be an expat in such an interesting culture.
Nacho and Sara are a blogging couple who hail from Madrid and the Canary Islands respectively, who have just recently relocated to the sunny climes of Panama. Between the two of them, they have lived in six different countries – changing destinations, tasting new flavors and making new friends in every corner of the globe. Their newest adventures are going to be fascinating to follow!
Expats in Coronado, Panama
In case you haven’t heard of it yet, Coronado is a coastal city and resort located about an hour from Panama City. It is a vacation town visited yearly by thousands of national and international tourists alike. But, for people who make their homes there or a wanting to live there, this Facebook page was specifically set up as a forum for queries and questions.
Jobs For Expats In Panama
This public Facebook Group was specifically set up to provide a thorough base to match expats who are job hunting with employers who recognize the special and transferable skills that international experience can provide. The roles range from legal services all the way through to yacht stewardess and everything inbetween.
France is an incredible character, a lady who has had innumerable experiences shaping her outlook on the world and the decisions she has made throughout her life. Her blog is a collection of adventures, meaningful thoughts and a real life outlook on living in Panana. Her post ‘Six Things to Know Before Becoming an Expat in Panama’ is especially helpful.
This rapidly growing community of bold & daring internationals loves to party in Panama’s hottest locations and has a focus on activities that showcase the diversity that Panama has to offer from hot night spots to beach getaways. The 4,000 ‘young internationals’ are bold, daring love to see the sun come up on their escapades.
Panama Relocation Tours is a business, but one bourne of an expat accident. After living in 4 countries, visiting 26 countries and moving 22 times Texan-born Jackie and her husband now make their living sharing the country that they fell in love with. Their Facebook and Twitter accounts are a rich resource of helpful articles and honest stories of real life in Panama.
Expats in Panama
This non-profit organization is a professional network of expats living in Panama, wanting to share their knowledge and connections with new and settled community members alike. The page moderators occasionally share interesting articles, but one of the best aspects of the group are the sidebar opportunities shared by members.
Specialising in keeping expats up to date with news in Panama and beyond, this Facebook and Twitter face of the website is a gold mine of information and advice. From camping suggestions to interesting events in Panama cities, these accounts are a fascinating source of information.
We’re always on the lookout for more accounts to feature – if you write about living in Panama on social media, leave us a link in the comments and we’ll take a look!