A chain of over 300 small islands and cays, the San Blas Islands stretch out into the Caribbean. This archipelago is characterized by its warm, gentle weather, and sun-kissed beauty. Among the palm trees, you’ll find the Kuna people.
Meet these proud indigenous people who, after fleeing the mainland after the arrival of the Spanish, maintained their rich culture on the islands.
Admire their dazzling, colorful molas. Learn how both men and women work together to achieve communal goals, like the construction of the Achutupo Airport. Hear songs relating the sacred history of the Guna people. Discover folklore that paints the islands as a place of spirits and sacred power.