Travel maps of Panama including Panama City and the Panama Canal.

Map of Panama


Panama Maps

These free, printable travel maps of Panama are divided into eight regions:

Explore Panama with these helpful travel maps from the latest edition of Moon Panama.

Travel Maps of Panama

Map of Panama


Map of surfing locations in Panama

Surfing Locations

Panama City

Panama City is by far the most cosmopolitan city in Central America, yet it is rich in history. The heart of this burgeoning metropolis of soaring skyscrapers, sophisticated restaurants, and international banks and businesses is Casco Viejo, a charming and well-preserved neighborhood that dates from the 16th century.

Map of Panama City, Panama

Panama City

Map of central Panama City, Panama

Central Panama City

Map of Casco Viejo, Panama

Casco Viejo

Map of Calidonia and La Exposición, Panama

Calidonia and La Exposición

Map of El Cangrejo, Bella Vista, and Marbella, Panama

El Cangrejo, Bella Vista, and Marbella

The Panama Canal and Central Isthmus

In addition to seeing and transiting the Panama Canal, visitors can explore the historic townsites and tropical forests of the Pacific side of the canal, as well as the Spanish ruins and tranquil waters of the Caribbean side.

Map of the Panama Canal and Central Isthmus

The Panama Canal and Central Isthmus

Map of Portobelo, Panama and the Costa Arriba

Portobelo and the Costa Arriba

Map of Colón, Panama


Bocas del Toro

The Bocas archipelago is a bohemian playground of white-sand beaches, big surf, pristine coral reefs, and interesting creatures. The humans are pretty fascinating, too, with a rich mix of diverse peoples that includes indigenous and Afro-Caribbean inhabitants who’ve called Bocas home for hundreds of years.

Map of Bocas del Toro, Panama

Bocas del Toro

Map of Archipiélago de Bocas, Panama

Archipiélago de Bocas

Map of Bocas Town, Panama

Bocas Town

Map of Changuinola, Panama


Central Panama

The central provinces contain Panama’s most accessible highlands and popular beaches. From any of the beaches it’s easy to head for the hills and escape the heat in the town of El Valle de Antón, nestled at the bottom of an extinct volcano and known for its waterfalls, square trees, golden frogs, and a popular Sunday crafts market.

Map of Central Panama

Central Panama

Map of Archipiélago de las Perlas, Panama

Archiepiélago de las Perlas

Map of El Valle de Antón, Panama

El Valle de Antón

Western Highlands and Beaches

The cool highlands of western Panama are home to the country’s highest mountain, Volcán Barú. The dormant volcano’s fertile volcanic soil produces gourmet coffee, gorgeous flowers, and delicious oranges and strawberries. But its sprawling protected areas, most notably the gigantic Parque Internacional la Amistad, are what really set the region apart.

Map of beaches and Panama's Western Highlands

Western Highlands and Beaches

Map of Boquete, Panama


Map of David, Panama


The Azuero Peninsula

The Azuero Peninsula, Panama’s heartland, is the most culturally rich region of the country, with Spanish colonial towns that time has forgotten. The Azuero, known for its festivals, hosts the country’s most important Carnaval celebration. The peninsula also has a ribbon of barely visited beaches that offer good surfing, snorkeling, and fishing.

Map of the Azuero Peninsula

The Azuero Peninsula

Map of Las Tablas, Panama

Las Tablas

Map of Chitré, Panama


Kuna Yala

Only about 40 of the nearly 400 islands in Kuna Yala, commonly known as the San Blas Archipelago, are inhabited. On these live the Kuna, the most fascinating and intact indigenous culture in the Americas. The uninhabited islands are palm-covered paradises of white sand and clear blue water straight out of Robinson Crusoe.

Map of Kuna Yala, Panama

Kuna Yala

The Darién

The legendary Darién jungle has long attracted adventurers. Parque Nacional Darién is one of the largest and most vital tropical forests in the western hemisphere. The forested coast offers a completely different experience, including astonishingly abundant sea life just offshore. The Darién is also home to three nations of indigenous people who cling to the rugged ways of life they’ve sustained for centuries.

Map of the Darién, Panama

The Darién