Cheap Panama City Vacation Packages
Panama City is a city and county seat of Bay County in Florida, United States. It is the governmental, cultural, business, and educational capitol of the county. It also has some beaches that attract a large number of visitors, especially during the summer season. Visitors during their Panama City vacations often pay a visit to Falling Waters State Park. It features sinkholes and a waterfall that you can walk down into. Nearby are some scenic hotspots for camping anytime during the day or night. Nothing beats some grand savings during a holiday trip, and you can also choose to book your Panama City vacation packages to avoid last minute rush and inflated prices.
The best time to visit Panama City is the summer season from May to October. It would be hot and sunny at about 80-90 deg F and this allows for maximum time of sunbathing and spending by the beach.
Places of interest in Panama City
St. Andrews State Park
St. Andrews State Park is a prominent spring break hotspot in Panama City. It is home to a 2.5 mile long stretch of vibrant beaches and fishing piers set across some delightful natural scenery. It also offers facilities for bicycling, bird watching, canoeing, hiking, kayaking, picnicking, scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming, wildlife viewing and camping.
Man in the Sea Museum
Man in the Sea Museum is the answer to your curiosity about the underwater marine world. It features submarine, vintage diving helmets, US Navy's first underwater habitat (SEALAB 1) and several rare diving equipments. It also focuses on the history of marine diving through several scientific models, displays and audio-visual tools.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not! (or Panama City Beach Odditorium)
Located less than 20 minutes away is the auditorium of ‘Rilpey’s Believe It or Not’ in Panama City Beach. It is called Panama City Beach Odditorium and it features more than 500 astonishing artifacts and exhibits related to this world-famous TV show. Some highlights here include Ripley’s 7D Moving Theater, Ripley’s Impossible LaseRace and Ripley’s Mirror Maze.