Kuna Yala or San Blas is one of the most fascinating places in the american continent. This autonomous indigenous region in the Republic of Panama comprises an archipielago of 356 islands in the Caribbean Sea, of which only 51 are inhabited.
This territory also includes, along the archipielago, a ten kilometer wide strip of mainland which is covered in a great extension with virgin tropical forest.
The coral reefs that surround San Blas are particularly worthy of mention because most of them, unlike in other parts of the world, still conserve their original maritime life.
The Kuna population has lived traditionally isolated from the rest of the panamanian population. It has been only some years since Kuna Yala opened its doors carefully for national and international tourism. Due to this situation the Kuna people in San Blas Panama have mantained its authenticity. No visitor to San Blas will be able to forget the impression of being brought back into the time when Columbus discovered America. The new tourism in Kuna Yala centers its attention on eco-tourism, activities like fishing and snorkeling, as well as cultural tourism.
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