The San Blas archipelago (previously known as the Mulatas archipelago) is a group of 365 small islands and islets belonging to Panama, located off the north coast of the Isthmus, east of the Panama Canal, of which only about 80 are inhabited. It is home to the Guna Indians, who are part of the Guna Yala region along the Caribbean coast of Panama. The Guna Indians are known for their decorative art, for example, in the springs. The springs are usually very bright and colorful and are often worn as clothing. Before the missionaries converted the natives to Christianity, most of them dressed in typical clothing, painting their bodies and using colorful designs. When the colonizers arrived, many Indians began to replace their clothes with the clothes brought by the missionaries, abandoning many of their designs of body painting. But many of the customs of this proud indigenous people still live.
Price includes (2 people minimum)
(Gunas) All taxes:
Must carry an original passport.
Suggestion: Light clothing, comfortable shoes, cap, sunglasses and sunscreen are recommended.