Panama City Beach: Panama City, Bahamas and the Caribbean to Become World Heritage Sites

Panama City beach is becoming a world heritage site, according to the World Heritage Committee, with its palm trees and white sand beaches marking the Caribbean’s most famous resort and a world renowned Caribbean cruise ship.

Panama City is known for its luxury and culture, and is a popular tourist destination.

The resort, located about 30 miles (50 kilometers) from Miami, is known as the “Queen of the Caribbean.”

A recent cruise shipwreck in the area, which also occurred in the 1970s, led to the establishment of a marine preservation agency in the 1980s to preserve the area.

“We have a long history of the preservation of the area,” said Barbra Brimelow, a marine conservation officer with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

“It’s been a great tourism draw for the Caribbean and the region.”

In the past several years, the area has seen a significant increase in tourists, as the resort has become the destination for many Caribbean cruise passengers.

“This is the first time we’ve seen so many tourists from the Caribbean in such a short period of time,” said Brimedow.

“Tourism is definitely on the rise.”

The Bahamas and Panama City are among the most popular destinations for Caribbean tourists, according the tourism bureau of the Bahamas Tourism Commission.

The Bahamas Tourism Board says that the number of tourists in the Caribbean is growing steadily, and that tourism is forecast to reach $1.2 billion by 2020.

“Panama City Beach is a natural gateway to the Bahamas, where many of our people come for the sea and for our beaches,” said Bob Lueck, the chairman of the Board of Bahamians.

“Its important that the city be preserved and we continue to invest in it.”

The city of Panama City hosts the World Economic Forum and other international events, and also has a popular beach and spa.

The city has hosted several major events, including the opening of the Panama City Marathon on March 7, a world-first for a US city, which drew an estimated 3.5 million spectators.

The race was marred by several minor incidents.

According to the American Red Cross, there were at least three deaths and two serious injuries in the marathon, but that figure does not include those that were treated at the scene.

“At the start, we were concerned about the weather, but the race went off without a hitch,” said Jannik Schmitz, who is the chief medical officer for the Bahamas Red Cross.

“It was an incredible day for the Red Cross.”

In February, the city hosted the Caribbean Olympic Games, which attracted 1.6 million people, and the United States Olympic Committee announced that it was awarding the $1 billion Caribbean Games bid to Panama City.