Toronto to Panama City: Fancy Pants Baecation


Who: Two People, One Bed

Where: Toronto to Panama City, Panama

When: Wednesday, October 17th - Wednesday, October 24th

Budget: $900ish

Notes: Why fancy pants? These hotels are all 4 stars and above. I realize not everyone digs the AirBnB travel, or they may have a birthday or anniversary coming up requiring something more intimate or classy. So here is a post for the alternative :)

Flight: Toronto to Panama City | October 17th - October 24th

$540.00 CDN: roundtrip (direct)


Stay: Hotel for two | October 17th - October 24th

Option 1: $726 + 10% tax = $798.60 CDN ($399.30/per person); King Bed Room, 4 star, Looks great, Breakfast included, Pool, Great reviews

Option 2: $399 + 10% tax = $438.90 CDN ($219.45/per person); Standard Double Room, 4 star, Good location, Looks cozy, Great reviews, Great location, Breakfast included

Option 3: $512 + 10% tax = $563.20 CDN ($281.60/per person); Standard Double Room, Looks nice, 4 star, Good location, Breakfast included

Option 4: $653 + 10% tax = $718.30 CDN ($359.15/per person); Queen Room, 5 star, At the Panama Canal, Looks nice, Great reviews

Option 5: $658 + 10% tax = $723.80 CDN ($361.90/per person); Deluxe Double Room, Looks great, 5 star, Breakfast included, Rooftop pool, Great location


Total: Overall, if you go for the LEAST expensive options I posted it's about $759.45 per person for the trip and for the MOST expensive options it's about $901.90 per person for the trip.

Extras: If you plan on using AirBnB for the first time, click here for a free credit towards your stay OR if you choose for the first time click here for a free credit. Also, if you plan on using Uber for the first time, click here for a free credit towards the ride.

- Mirna 


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