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San Blas

Guna Yala is an indigenous region in Panama, inhabited by the Guna ethnic group. Formerly the region was called San Blas until 1998 and as Kuna Yala until 2010. Its capital is El Porvenir. It borders to the north with the Caribbean Sea, to the south with the province of Darién and the Emberá Wounnan...
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The place seduces visitors looking for a different option to walk or rest. It is a place in the Panamanian Atlantic, where the water is crystal clear and the white sand of the islands contrasts with the green palms. There, in that archipelago, the visitor will also find the coral reefs that, according to Unesco,...
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The San Blas Islands have appeared several times in the “National Geographic” magazine due to its unmatched attractions: Caribbean Islands with pristine and amazing waters, an opportunity to visit the Gunas, an indigenous population with a culture and lifestyle fascinating. In 2011 “Lonely Planet” selected “San Blas” currently called “Guna Yala” as Tropical Paradise #...
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The region of Guna Yala (San Blas) is a VERY EXTENSIVE strip on the Caribbean Sea, basically it is divided into 3 (three) tourist areas: 1- Zone 1 or the Zone with the greatest Indigenous Culture: farther from Panama City, to the limit with Colombia. This area practically does not receive many tourists from Panama...
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