San Blas Islands, Panama
The San Blas are an archipelago of more than 350 islands located in the Caribbean off the coast of Panama. These tropical islands, covered with white sand and coconut groves, are pristine environments inhabited only by the Kuna, its indigenous Indians. The Kuna have resisted change and maintained their traditional culture ever since the Spanish made contact over 500 years ago. San Blas province has its own government, and each island has a chief.
Shop for the colorful beaded mola headdresses that are embroidered by the Kuna women.
The Kuna live in simple thatched-roof grass huts and they kindly open their homes to the guests of the islands.
Pristine Coral Reefs
With simple eco-tourism and no development on these islands, the reefs are allowed to flourish with a kaleidoscope of sea life.
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