The idea for this article came to me when a male family member asked “What’s a good country to visit that’s close to the United States?”
I talk a lot about places like Brazil and Thailand, but those countries are 10+ hour flights and pretty far away from the USA.
If you’re looking for a fun, safe place to visit, then I recommend Panama.
Panama is a small landlocked country located between Costa Rica and Colombia. It’s a great place for brothas to visit and possibly even move permanently for many reasons.
For a small preview of what Panama offers you, check out this video by entrepreneur and travel expert, Jubril Agoro.
In this article, you will learn 10 reasons why black men should visit Panama and even consider living there.
#1 – Panamanians have deep African Roots
If you’re looking for a country with a majority black population like Brazil, then Panama is a great alternative that’s closer and easier to visit. The majority of Panama’s population has african blood and very dark skin.
Panama is the only country in Latin America where I experienced zero police brutality and racism. While I’m sure it exists there, I didn’t experience any on my 1 month trip.
Colon is a 45 minute drive from Panama’s capital, Panama city, and most of the town consists of black people. Some of the most beautiful Panamanian girls live in Colon and work in the restaurants and casinos. To learn more about Colon, check out my Colon Travel Guide for more in-depth information.
These women are some of the most beautiful women I’ve ever seen in my life. They are also friendly and very down to earth.
When you visit Colon, you realize something that nature intended women to be soft, warm and friendly. Take a look at those pictures and what you see are down to earth women looking for men to build something with.
Too many western women are mere opportunists looking to gain something that you worked for without giving anything in return.
These women will give you all they can offer and treat you like a king so keep that in mind when coming down to Panama, fellas!
#2 – Panama is a Warm Tropical Climate
Panama offers a warm tropical climate that’s beneficial for black people. We need sunlight year round to keep our vitamin D levels high and our spirits high.
If you live in a colder climate like North America or Europe, then chances are you are vitamin D deficient. Vitamin D deficiency is also linked to many diseases like cancer and depression.
It’s a hidden epidemic that needs to be addressed in our community. I’m all for brothas moving to warmer climates and getting our sun on!
Panama of course has many beautiful beach towns if you enjoy being near the ocean. Cities like Bocas del Toro get a lot of tourists, especially young European women looking for that black pipe.
#2 – The Official Panama Currency is the US Dollar
Another huge benefit is that Panama named the US dollar as their official currency. You don’t have to worry exchange rates or calculating the cost of a item/service in US dollars.
If you have a retirement income or pension of over $1,000, then you can live like a king. Panama offers retirees a Pensiando where you can live in Panama for very cheap and receive huge discounts on many services.
It’s one of the reasons why Panama is a popular retirement destination for US residents. It’s the easiest Latin American country to reside in if you’re a US citizen.
#3 – Panama is the Gateway to the Americas
Thinking about flying to Brazil? It’s only a 3 hour flight. Want to visit family in the States or book a Caribbean vacation? You are only a few hours away.
Panama is known as the “Gateway to the Americas” due to its unique proximity to many countries. If you’re a digital nomad or frequent traveler, then Panama makes it easy to visit lots of different countries within a short distance.
The United States is so isolated from the rest of the world. Flying out of America is not only expensive, but takes a long time to get to your destination. Relocating to another country like Panama saves you money and reduces the amount of time spent in airports.
#4 – Panamanian Women Speak Good English
The Official language in Panama is Spanish but local women do speak English. Many American tourists visit Panama each year so many locals pick up English pretty easily.
If you meet a local woman, then there’s a good chance she speaks English
Not only is English widely spoken, but Panamanian women are very curvy. Once you get to Panama, you will notice the women get much more curvy like Colombian and Brazilian women. There are tons of black Panamanian women with unbelievably sexy bodies.
Many Panamanian women have small waists, wide hips and a big round booty. Women compete heavily for male attention since there is an abundance of beautiful women to choose from.
You won’t see as many dimes as you would in Brazil, but you will find enough hotties to satisify your appetite.
#5 – United States and United Kingdom Residents Can Stay Visa Free for 180 Days
In my recent Thailand article, I talked about how you only get a 30 day tourist visa upfront. In Panama, you get 180 days upfront if you are a US or UK citizen.
For you brothas that live in cold weather climates like North America or Europe, you should consider spending 6 months at home then 6 months in Panama.
Spend the spring and summer in a place like New York then fly down to Panama when it starts getting cold. Best of all, all you need is a passport!
#6 – Food in Panama is Healthy and Organic
One of my biggest requirements in a country is a healthy, organic diet. Panama offers a wide selection of healthy fruits, vegetables, and plants to keep you active and energized.
Poison “food” in western countries like USA, Canada and UK is mostly GMO processed and chemically altered crap. I’ll eventually write an entire article on this topic but you need to understand that the government is poisoning US citizens daily.
Many Panama locals only eat organic food although you will find fast food restaurants in the heart of Panama city.
Fast food chains like McDonalds and KFC are ruining the health of some local citizens, but it’s easy to avoid these restaurants in Panama.
You can easily eat at local restaurants and buy groceries from local markets for a very low price.
#7 – Prostitution is Legal in Panama and Sex is available 24/7 365
Prostitution in Panama is legal and regulated by the government to protect working girls and clients. I visited some brothels in Panama and they are setup like a bar scene where the ladies wait for you to talk to them.
Simply pay a small fee to enter the bar (usually includes 2 free drinks) and you can pick whoever you want to talk to. It’s very safe and easy to spend the night with a beautiful young woman.
If you live in a western country, then you are probably used to prostitution being shunned and vilified. Western nations like the United States are puritanical and evil. They only shun prostitution to fuel their divorce courts, crappy malls, and prisons.
There is already legal prostitution in the United States. It’s called marriage.
If you don’t understand this, then let me ask you this: Why is the US divorce rate so high?
Divorce stands at around 50% and that’s not including coupled who separated but didn’t file a divorce with the state.
How could this be unless marriages are arranged merely for financial reasons? Yes, it’s sad but true.
Because most American marriages are financial transactions just like prostitution. The women know this upfront, but western men are too delusional and spineless due to lack of sexual options.
Panama believes in giving men sexual options. You get a wide menu of selections and you can get some action whenever you want. That’s the way nature intended it to be.
#8 – Cost of Living in Panama is Cheap
Panama’s cost of living is 27% cheaper than living in the United States. And remember: Panama uses the US dollar!
You can find affordable apartments in Panama for as little as $500 per month. Other things like gym, transportation, entertainment, women, and health insurance cost a small fraction of what you’ll pay in most western countries.
You can live very comfortably on less than $1,500 per month. Some of you reading this could take your rent/mortgage payments and live full time in Panama with plenty of cash to spare.
Your money goes a lot further in Panama, plus they offer everything from shopping malls to Casino to keep you busy.
#9 – Panama is a Safe Haven for Poker Players and Online Traders
If you earn your living through playing poker or trading things like binary options, then Panama is a much better place to live with much fewer government restrictions. It seems like the United States is pushing their feminist agenda by outlawing peaceful activities like binary options, poker, and other online endeavors.
Black Friday, the day when the US government banned online poker, put hundreds of thousands of men out of work overnight. Why live in crappy western countries that ban activities like a card game, but allow illegal immigrants to flood their cities and women to act like harlots in court rooms?
Panama is one of the most stable economies in the western hemisphere and allows you to engage in many activities that are illegal in the USA, UK and other puritanical countries.
You don’t have to fly to Vegas or Atlantic city to enjoy a good game of poker or blackjack. Panama offers many world class casinos that cater to English speaking tourists.
If you’re an online trader, you can establish your residence in Panama and continue using brokers that stopped accepting US residences. Instead of quitting your trading, I suggest you move to a friendlier country.
10. Panama is One of the Best Countries for Beginners
If you’ve never been outside your home country, then traveling to Brazil or Thailand may be too much at once.
Panama is a great start for beginners to get your passport stamped up. It’s politically stable, safe, tourist friendly, and the most popular retirement destination for US baby boomers.
You can enter without a visa (if you have a US or UK passport), use the US dollar, and get around the country without speaking much Spanish.
There are already tons of black expats living in Panama as well so you won’t have problems making friends or getting things done.
It’s also a family friendly trip as well. Panama is neutral enough that your family can come along and enjoy your trip too. Lots of outdoor activities, great weather, and enough beautiful women to make your 1st trip memorable.
Here’s What You’ll Need to Visit Panama
An Official Passport
Most US and UK residents get a 180 day multiple entry visa. A popular choice is to spend 6 months at home and 6 months in Panama when the weather gets colder.
Always purchase health insurance. Panama offers first class healthcare including hospitals, doctors, and dentists.
Apartments vs Hotels
I recommend renting an apartment for more privacy, but you can find good hotel deals at Booking.com. They are my favorite booking site to use when I travel overseas. My 2nd favorite is Airbnb, but I use that for booking apartments only.