Going to Panama in Central America and interested in going scuba diving in Parama Central America. Panama is a small country with a population of 4.7 million people but its geographic position is that on Panama’s west coast is the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea on the east coast of Panama.
Panama has turquoise waters that swarming with marine life such as humpback whales, stingrays, reef sharks, turtles, dolphins, and killer whales. As well as that Panama has beautiful white sand beaches and plenty of historical sites throughout the country.
In today’s post, we will go through in more detail about where to go scuba diving in Panama Central America so let’s get started!
Located in Central America, Panama is a small country that a total area is 74,177.3 km2 (28,640.0 sq mi) and with a population of over 4.7 million. Panama has a land border with 2 countries.
In the south, Panama has a border with Colombia and in the north, Panama has a border with Costa Rica. On Panama’s west coast is the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea on the east coast of Panama.
Also, Panama controls the Panama Canal which connects the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea to the North of the Pacific Ocean.
Panama is blessed with a tropical climate that has very little change over the year. This means the dive conditions are good all year round. With the average temperatures over the day from 24°C/75°F to 32°C/90°F.
The Pacific side of Panama is a little cooler because there is a small breeze from the pacific ocean. If you want to have the chance to see particularly marine life like the humpback whale, you would need to plan your trip to be between July and September.
We know that Panama has a coastline with the Pacific ocean and the Caribbean sea, with that diving in Panama is a great opportunity to explore some amazing dive sites and to see marine life. Diving in Panama is mostly provided by the local diver centers.
There are 3 areas in Panama where you can go diving. In those areas, there are some amazing dive sites. Those areas are as follows.
Diving along the Caribbean coast of Panama will give you a great opportunity to explore the underwater world that is filled with marine life with the abundance of colorful reef fish and coral.