What Millennials Do For Fun: Panama
Travelers to Panama and locals alike often enjoy Panama City's rich nightlife of bars and nightclubs as well as a wide range of water sports and nature activities including hiking and bird watching. The largest tourist draw in the country has always been the canal. Unfortunately, we failed to find any demographic breakdowns of activities in Panama, so we were unable to find activities specifically participated in by millennials.
Fun and leisure activities in Panama:
- Panama City offers plenty options of nightclubs, bars, restaurants, shopping malls and boutiques for people interested in nightlife and shopping.
- Panama, with oceans on both sides, offers a large variety of water sports to enjoy with suitable breaks and weather conditions. People can engage in windsurfing, surfing, and kiteboarding.
- Other water sports in Panama include fishing, skiing, boating, snorkeling, kayaking, and river rafting, among others.
- Panama's jungles and mountains offer activities such as hiking, rafting, and bird watching.
- People in Panama, men and women alike, celebrate all occasions that call for a gathering of family and friends.
- People in Panama enjoy various occasions such as birthdays, Carnival and national holidays with music, meals and drinks.
- Panamanians enjoy various local fairs that involve all kinds of vendors, street food, games for children, and musical events.
- The most important attraction in Panama City is the Canal.
We began by exploring well-regarded travel and tourism sources for Panama and Central America. While these sources provided a wealth of information on activities in the country engaged in by locals and tourists of all ages, none of these sources offered age demographics. Next, we tried seeking out customer review and community sources maintained by expats and tourists discussing activities and entertainment options in Panama. Once again, these sources failed to isolate millennial-targeted options. As a third strategy, we created a list of the largest cities in Panama and sought out municipal, chamber of commerce and tourist board resources in these cities, hoping that some discussion of demographics or generational breakdowns might emerge. Unfortunately, these resources also failed to make that distinction in the data. As a final angle, we tried seeking out sources aimed at youth and young adult culture in Panama, hoping that these sources might target millennials and discuss activities and entertainment options for millennials in Panama, but neither the public policy nor the tourist resources aimed at youth in Panama mentioned activities and entertainments in any useful way.
Having failed to find a demographic breakdown of activities and entertainment that could answer the request regarding millennials in the country, we chose to provide a list of major activities in the country for tourists and locals of all ages.