Between all of the natural
and cultural marvels from Panama their indigenous groups represent one of the
more valuable resources, so much for their important contribution to the
national culture like for their firm will of conserving the natural resources
where they live. This permits to all visitor experience-exciting adventures
with the nature and enjoys the charm of the impressive ecosystems that they
surround the Indigenous Reservations from Panama.
The Reservation Kuna Yala
created in 1953, well Known like San Blas, in the territory of the Kunas
Indians or Tules, grateful in the world by living coralline islands of sand
white and crystalline blue waters of the Panamanian Caribbean.
The women knit the famous Molas that are one the crafts that are
appreciated by the tourists by hand. For
the curious traveler the compound Reservation for around 365 islands, they
constitute a challenge know them all and go in search of the island that
always dream. This Reservation is accessible by air road from the City of
Panama, in approximately 30 minutes 30 minutes. The ethnic group Kuna, and have also been organized in two
additional Reservations located in the rainforest of the Bayano, to the East
of the Panama City. The Madugandí
Reservation of Wargandí, created in the 200, located in the high basin of the
Reservation for two indigenous groups is the Embera-Wounan that is located in
the Province of Darien, a part inside the National Park Darien, grateful for
the UNESCO Reservation of the Biosphere of the Humanity.
Denominates you Embera Drua, created by law in 1983.
The Embera lives margin of the mighty Chucunaque rivers; Tuira, Rafts,
Chico, Jaque and Sambu of the are used as them half of communication.
While the Wounan differ from the other for their language the Nomara
live in towns of Belen, Playon, Capetuira and Sambu. These Embera Wounan communities are accessible by air, land
road from Panama City at approximately an hour.
From equal form lives in communities outside of the Province Darien in
the margins of the Chagres rivers, in the Province of Panama.
Located in the high and
mountains areas of the Province Bocas del Toro, Chiriqui and Veraguas, they
are another two indigenous groups in the Ngobe reservation Bugle created in
1977, it concentrate the most indigenous population from Panama they live in
areas of exquisite mountains and coastal landscapes, where they work the
earth, they build crafts of vivid colors they play and dance ancestral dances.
The Ngobe is also know like Guaymies and the Bugle like Bokotas
differing both for the their matter dialect.
Many towns of the Reservation could be visited for the Interamerican
Highway for the provinces of Chiriqui or Veraguas to indigenous roads until
the mountain central.
will have a new indigenous Reservation legally established denominated Naso
Teribe that lives the mountains of the province of Bocas del Toro to the
margin of the Teribe River and their tributaries.
These groups live in a permanent harmony with the exuberant nature of
Bocas del Toro, where they are governed under the ancestral norms of the King
or Teribe Queen or Naso.
The groups exist indigenous Bri Bri in the limits of the Province of
Bocas del Toro with Costa Rica that lives in the margin of the Yorkin River
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