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Because of its eternal sun, its tiny islands always surrounded by a soft halo of white sand, populated with fresh coconut palms and crystal clear waters that hide suggestive corals and virgin reefs with great biodiversity. Of the 378 islands that make up the San Blas archipelago, only 49 are currently inhabited and they have remained isolated from civilization for centuries. The islands are often lonely and only visited by a small handful of travelers. To round out the loop, the San Blas archipelago not only has beautiful postcard beaches, but also embraces a lush mountain range covered in pure jungle along the continent, in which it seems that at any moment Tarzan will appear hanging. among thousands of lianas! San Blas, also known as Guna Yala, is a place inhabited exclusively by the Kunas (or Gunas) indigenous people. In addition, you will be able to live on land with them, who live in small straw huts (bohíos). The native Kunas have full control of the access of tourists arriving to the San Blas Islands of Panama and they fight disciplinedly not to be invaded by the massive tourism industry protecting their lands. WHY TRAVEL TO SAN SAN BLAS "Panama" This makes the archipelago an "Olympus" for those who flee from crowded beaches and seek privacy in a vacation surrounded by one of the most beautiful landscapes in the world and an integral and original culture in one of the most exceptional locations on the planet. WHY TRAVEL TO SAN SAN BLAS "Panama"


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