It doesn’t depend on nationalities, it depends on the person Canadians, Australians Colombians are really friendly Americans also, Canadians There is no particular nationality, lots of customers have been really friendly, educated, very well behaved, and there is no particular nationality. Nordics, Germans, Suiss It doesn’t depend on the country you’re from, it depends on education whether they are respectful or not Definitely English people! For me, the best customers are the ones who know what they want and value all the effort, work and information that we give them We can’t define a nationality, but the people who are very nice are the ones that are used to traveling, who understand the work of the people, Uff, Israelis! Israelis Israelis, they are born for this! Argentinians and Israelis Spanish people…..and Israelis Germans most of all Israelis and Latinos, mostly Panamanians North Americans Gringos and Canadians but it’s also important to mention certain countries in Northern Europe Scandinavians and Australians Americans Gringos and Canadians Americans People from the US pay the best tips Americans Americans What I don’t like is when they are naive and when they don’t know what they should do so they are kind of waiting, it’s good to just wait and see, but they should at least have a plan of what to do People that are not educated, they get here, don’t say hello or thank you it should be the opposite, if they come from countries that are more advanced, they should also have more education. The fact that they always want to put a price on our work, they compare our price to those in other countries, without knowing what the operational cost is here in Panama in this case for diving. When they don’t say thank you, when I feel that they don’t value the service, or when we are giving them our good energy, and we receive nothing in return. That we give them information for free and in their language and they make us repeat the same information many times, as if they didn’t understand. when they ask us for discounts, and, when they are not responsible. when they judge without taking into account the service, clients, very often don’t take the time to compare prices and services and therefore being able to put in perspective the price I don’t like when clients are dirty, when they don’t respect the environment, when they ask too many discounts, and then want the best service when they come to Panama to to everything they cannot do in their own country. it shows a lack of respect, because it seems like Panama is a country without laws, where they can just do whatever they want, Don’t throw cigarette buds in the street! Support local businesses, and go out and explore, go for a walk, and just have fun! your decision to travel implies that you will have to spend money, I’m not saying that you have to pay the highest price for everything, but you have to accept this reality, that you will are a tourist not a local, and that prices generally are fair First of all, preserve the environment, keep the beaches clean, be educated, respectful, my biggest emphasis would be on respecting the environment and you have to be careful about where you leave your trash, Keep in mind that Panama is a country with laws, and that we all have to respect them, Panama is not a playground where you can come and do whatever you like, and do everything you wouldn’t normally do in your country that’s a good first advice, and secondly, to leave aside the stereotypes about Panama, and take into account the reality of Panamanian society, which is incredibly diverse, in religious and racial terms, Respect local surfers!