Panama Presentation - EcoCircuitos Panama: Responsible Tourism in Central America

928 views
886 views

Published on

Panama is a great destination for nature and culture enthusiast. Come and discover the Path less Traveled!

Published in: Travel, Sports
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
928
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
25
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Panama Presentation - EcoCircuitos Panama: Responsible Tourism in Central America

  1. 1. eaaa/ M4/M PANAMA , CENTRAL AMERICA GET INTIMATE WITH NATURE
  2. 2. ECOCIRCUITOS: AN ALTERNA11VE FOR RESPONSIBLE TRAVEL
  3. 3. WE BELIEVE IN RESPONSIBLE TRAVEL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ECOTOURISM
  4. 4. Q ECO I 9'. R9U. 'T.05_ 14 i 1'5 “ 11: . . ‘yr. ’ "“~ ‘ 1 “v .4 / 1,; ‘'7IIL’Il‘ ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT THROUGH TOURISM
  5. 5. 1~a119»15$W;111111é R‘ W {I I “ wt I ml 1 I1 lid 1 , ’/x"“5/T ‘ I ll 1, yr‘/ V ' . , . . l‘ V I “coMMuNmEs SUSTAINABLE DEVELDPIIIENT Tl-IROUGH HANIJVICRAFTSVK
  6. 6. ._ Q‘ I ’ 7 i. ‘ 1 2*; SUSTAINABLE TOURISM GENERATES INCOME FOR CO| lI| MUNI'I1ES
  7. 7. ECO CIRCUITOS E m W W m M m M N W 3 m m m m
  8. 8. _;1-,1:u; ;: 11:: ugly‘ I .31.. 1 I : = l 'I; l . .‘. .- . _1 Iohl-[5, _l: ‘ -1119 L: . : L.l l; )"OI
  9. 9. ‘I1 t. m.. . -,5 : ECO I 9'. R9U. 'T.05_ I PROTECT HISTORIC AND CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT THROUGH SUSTAINABILITY
  10. 10. ‘I1 .6"3.. . : ECO I 9'. R9U. 'T.05_ COMMUNITY TOURISM AS AN ALTERNA11VE TO BUILD ECONOMIC STRENGTH
  11. 11. M w on W W M 3a W W
  12. 12. v Qfi GOG OIO GOG Sfiflfi $6066‘ GQQG QC SO06 Qfifiiéfl Q “Q Q QQQQSQOQ Q lllll QQQGGOQQ O ®§6@fl$@&Q¢¢ OQQOGGQOOO Q0 Q Q$Q§@¢$flQ&C*G Qfififlfl GSG QfiQ%$¢QOOOfiO00 SOC IGGfiQ@Q6OQQfiIGGQ@C Q §Q$QO0¢G@Q$é$0QG@@@QQ Q SGSOOCQOQQGQQOGC Q 0 %¢fi$Q%6flQO¢QQQ Q Efiéfifififlfififldéfifi , Q QGGOECQQOGHGQOG $flQ$Q0%¢$@$$fi6® GO@Q$@QOQ®G@§Q Gfiidfiifiéfifil Qfiflfififidfifififi Q GGQGEG Gfi O6 GQQQOQ QQQQ G_ QG Q@6¢Gfi§ $690 $6 O G OQWGG 6&0 GSGQQWQ QOQGOQ QQ Qéfifififlfiflfié Ofifififififiifi Qfifiififiififlfiafi Qfi%@¢G&@@ QGQGQOQQOOOGQ 900$ Gflfii flflfififlflfiflfififififi Géfléfifléfifidfiédfififififi QGQQQQ OGQQGOO ECO I C| RCUA| TOS_ OOGQGGQGQO $ éfififififififi Q fl fifléiflfl QOOC QGGG 0%@@&§ COOOOG 8fi0&@Q® Q0 QIOIGOQQC O 005% fifififlfiflflfi 0“ QfiQQ Ofifififiéfi Q 0 OOGQEIQ QQGQG OS 0 OQQSQOGQG fiéfifi 0G6 000 QQBGQOQOQQ 6 Q6 QOGGQQQ O00 QSOQOQQOOQQQSG 6% 0 @ GOGCQGO Gflflflfiflf Qfififlfiflfi QQ Oé0$O$Q Qfififififi Cfifififififii SQQGGGG GOO GOO QQOWQQQ 6 Qfi Qfiififiéfifififi 9 QOQGGQQGQRQQQ GQQQQOQQGOQQQ Q GOOGGOOQOGOG Q6OG$$QQQ¢$ &G©6QQGC®& $®QQ§C&Q$ Qfidéfifi PANAMA : THE BRIDGE BETWEEN NORTH AND SOUI1-I AMERICA
  13. 13. CARIBBEAN SEA PACIFIC OCEAN 0 EC A NATURAL BRIDGE CIRCUITOS - There are 480 rivers, 1518 islands on both coasts - Known as one of the most biologically diverse areas of Central America - Panamanian isthmus is part of Mesoamerican Biological Corridor - Home to 7 extraordinary indigenous tribes PANAMA CONNECTS PACIFIC AND ATLANTIC OCEANS TO WORLD'S SEA LANES
  14. 14. ECO I CIRCUITOS W m M W W W
  15. 15. PIRATES BATI1.ES TALES AND STUNNING RUINS OF SPANISH FOR'TS
  16. 16. u. .¢—op¢_/ I 5 n n ‘K D I 51* ~ THE GOLD RUSH AND WORI. D'S FIRST TRANSCO
  17. 17. ’~‘. -"N: . . . . - 1'” 4 THE BEGINNING OF THE U. S. CANAL CONS'IRUC'I1ON EFFORT DATES 1904
  18. 18. :l? .I°. l. ‘@1111: l. :1.= <:1-1 -1 1.-rs
  19. 19. PANAMA VAPOR ANCON : FIRST SHIP TO TRANSIT THE PANAMA CANAL
  20. 20. la THE PANAMA CANAL: THE HEART OF THEOAMERIVC I
  21. 21. PANAMA CANAL ECO CIRCUITOS
  22. 22. ‘J ‘lmik 7: Q
  23. 23. CIRCUITOS THELANDOFAH. lNIJANCE: :MORETHAN2.500KMOOS'I'LINE
  24. 24. E LAN F NOE: RE 2.500 iE
  25. 25. NATURE ECO CIRCUITOS
  26. 26. ECO CIRCUITOS Q. - _x_ C W M m M Om Em M W W M W
  27. 27. A ” " E ECO; . 9'. R9U. 'T93.
  28. 28. E _ A‘(Q. _F_‘>‘/ ‘~): ‘£. ‘4%“"“(; '- ‘m. :11 ‘V 1'"! E0 . ‘ Ml». / S / /E xfl SH‘ 4
  29. 29. RIVER AND OCEAN KAYAKING : : A PADDLER'S PARADISE
  30. 30. :, ";= -=—"- .1131 Ln ‘7'r~ . ‘J. i.. ..: ... “-‘-‘-A '; .zi‘. ..’_1.s£
  31. 31. DISCOVER THE SPIRIT OF NATURE : : UNSPOILED CORAL REEFS. WHITE SAND BEACH
  32. 32. CIRCUITOS O C E
  33. 33. I THE PATH BETWEEN THE SEAS . THE CARIBBEAN COAST
  34. 34. .-. m.. ..'%-7% : ::a= m . ::: :z: ‘.= < ‘ '~: ~.= ..%: .J.4J. .." ~'- -; z: V.u: .2.s: .V- = :
  35. 35. , -"" . .. '- 3, . W. ’ A‘. ~ x SPEN THE MORNING SNORKEJNG IN THE CARIBBEAN AND TI'E N SWIIIMIING IN THE PACIFIC
  36. 36. PANAMA SAPHIRE BLUE WATERS AND EXOTIC ISLAND RETREATS
  37. 37. if . ‘_I‘ ii ‘; ’I ECO: » ‘ 9'. R9U. 'T.05. BEACH RESORTS AND ECO LODGES : : ELEGANCE AND DISCRETE LUXURY
  38. 38. PANAMA HIGHLANDS : THE HEART OF THE IVDUNTAINS
  39. 39. TROPICAL COUNTRY STYLE CONTEMPORARY COMFORT
  40. 40. ECO; 9'. R9U. 'T95 , // ‘ DARIEN NATIONAL PARK IS THE LARGEST NA11ONAL PARK IN CENTRAL AMERICA RECOGNIZE AS A BIOSPHERE RESERVE
  41. 41. ECO CIRCUITOS W W W m M M W
  42. 42. 314.3321 . i.I: -“. ‘I. ?‘. I.Ki¥v. I.r; « . :‘. I -‘ §_-m_| _:! g_;3_r‘
  43. 43. A .1 ECO I CIRCUITOS w m PIc1'URE$OUE ‘1'ONil-VSHANDA PERSONALIZED SERVICE . ~..
  44. 44. ECO? I ‘? '.R9U. 'T. °5. BOQUETE: SPRING-I. IKE WEATHER. COFFEE COFFERED HILI. .SIDES. IRAINFOREST WILD LIFE
  45. 45. CITY ECO: I 9'. R‘§U. 'T. °5. I COSMOPOLITAN SOUL AND URBAN EXCITEMENT
  46. 46. <. >IR<2U. IT9sl _v ‘V v 3 s LUXLIRIOUS ACCOMMODATIONS AND BREATH'I'AKING RESOR'I'S I -Z
  47. 47. -. .-‘H > A , i'. .V. ' , EIIIMWWW EWWWWWWEWWWWWNM; '1 ; wwwwum ‘ I II I I I_“, I4I“. ‘—J’L~~ I. ’ CITY ECO: I 9'. R‘§U. 'T. °5. HISTORICAL CHARM
  48. 48. ECO CIRCUITOS
  49. 49. <. >IR<2U. IT9sl , ‘, f-‘, ":TpI_fiI3I~‘I_v ‘gun. ._ ~l '1 ’, -_/ _‘. o . v , A . .. '. . - . , ‘--« SUP BACK IN'I'O 'I1ME AND CELEBRATE CULTURE
  50. 50. . I£. ... ?_, .,, .é«rn§. .
  51. 51. EXPLORE THE SPIRITS THE PAST
  52. 52. ECO CIRCUITOS NATURAL GETAWAYS VVITHIN A SIIIGIT DI9I'A%E
  53. 53. j CULTURAL IMMERSION AND LEARNING EXPERIENCE
  54. 54. Y - -iIII. v:E. ~.. :<- g'_I_'g_I'. vI,3oI; I
  55. 55. , ... Z ‘ . _

×