If paradise exists it must look like the San Blas.
If there is ONE visit to Panama, it is the San Blas Islands.**
We will sail from island to island, meeting these micro-villages and deserted islands.
Between white sand beaches, small islands of a few square kilometers (or even meters) and transparent water, one has the impression of being in a Robinson Crusoe tale.
The Kunas (the inhabitants of the San Blas Islands) protect their islands. This indigenous community took refuge on these islands. Since then, they have perpetuated their traditions and preserved their natural habitats, rudimentary but respectful of the environment. By dint of determination, the Kunas obtained a strong autonomy vis-à-vis the Panamanian government.
We will stay on Waili Island. It is the only island of San Blas that has overwater bungalows with private bathrooms.
This island is 40 minutes from the port.
Entering Kuna territory is like crossing a border to a new country.
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