In Panama there are seven ethnic groups and five comarcas, or indigenous districts, that are the guardians of our origins.
-Emberá- Wounaan: live in the province of Darién.
-Guna: live on the islands of the Guna Yala Comarca, Madungandi on Lake Bayano, and Wargandi in the province of Darién.
-Ngäbe-Buglé: live in the Ngäbe-Buglé Comarca spread across the 3 Panamanian provinces of Bocas del Toro, Veraguas and Chiriquí.
-Naso or Teribe: live on the border between Panama and Costa Rica.
-Bri-Bri: live on the border between Panama and Costa Rica.
The province of Darién is located at the far eastern end of the country. The Kuna Yala, Wargandí, and Emberá-Wounaan Comarcas are located here. Undoubtedly a province with a huge tourism potential, in Darién you can eat delicious lobster and shrimp and enjoy its beautiful beaches and exotic tropical jungle.
Among the tourist places you can visit in the province of Darién are:
The province of Panama is home to Panama City, the capital and largest city in size and population in the Republic. Its grand attractions include the Panama Canal, forest parks, reserve areas, beautiful islands, and a vast diversity in every sense.
Among the tourist attractions found in the province of Panama are:
The province of Colón is located on the Caribbean entrance to the Panama Canal. Colón is the provincial capital and is famous for its Duty Free Zone. Colón Province has the largest port system in Latin America and has two ports for cruise ships: Colón 2000 and Pier 6 of Cristóbal port.
The tourist sites you can visit in the province of Colón are:
The province of Coclé is located in the geographic center of the Republic of Panama. Its capital is Penonomé. In Coclé you can enjoy natural landscapes, recreation in the mountains, and enchanting beaches.
Among the tourist attractions you can visit during your stay in the province of Coclé are: