Kuna Yala and the San Blas Islands Travel Guide
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- Kuna Yala and the San Blas IslandsNov 20, 2012
The great thing about Panama City is that you can drive two hours and be at a beach or in a rain forest. The Kuna Tribe controls the San Blas Islands, so you book your visit with them. They tend to ask you to pay as you go, but I would suggest locking in a overall price that covers the boat to the island or islands you visit, perhaps a picture or two with a native (typically $1 per photo), etc.
- Kuna Yala and the San Blas IslandsMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 4Aug 20, 2012
The San Blas islands dot the southern Atlantic side of Panama down to the Columbian border. There are about four-hundred and fifty little islands inhabited by the Kuna Indian tribes.
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- Kuna Yala and the San Blas IslandsFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
This is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Small-uninhabited-except-by-palm-trees-islands are scattered throughout crystal clear water. I highly recommend the sailing trip from Panama City to Cartagena, Colombia, which allows a few days spent snorkeling and sun-bathing in this paradise.
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