Kuna Yala Island
Kuna Yala is a region that stretches along the Caribbean coast of Panama very popular because of the islands that are around -more than 360.
Are you a business owner in Panama?
Promote your business 365 days a year with the #1 Guide to Panama.
- Gain MAXIMUM EXPOSURE with a 'Dedicated Business Profile'
Directions to Kuna Yala Island
The archipelago of the region of Kuna Yala seduces visitors who are looking for a different option to walk or rest. It is a place in the Panamanian Atlantic, where the water is crystal clear and the white sand of the islands contrasts with the green palms.
There, in that archipelago, the visitor will also find the coral reefs that, according to Unesco, are among the best preserved in the Northwest Atlantic Biographical Coast and the Central Caribbean Bioregion. The climate is humid tropical, and although the sun caresses the skin of those who look for an enviable tan, during the day there is no lack of the soft drizzle that refreshes.
Sometimes, of course, the drizzle becomes a heavy downpour, especially in this rainy season. Despite this, the visitors do not stop disembarking from the boats that arrive to the most visited islands, those that are close to the mainland.
To get to the Kuna Yala region, visitors can go by plane or by land. If you decide this last option, the journey must be done in a 4x4 vehicle, since you have to go through a mountainous area that will take you to the coastal community of Cartí.
You may also like
The Buenaventura Zoo is a wildlife rescue center that invites you to find out more about conservation and have a closer relationship with nature. It is a rehabilitation center for animals that, in turn, provides a learning experience about animals and their conservation for the whole family.
Escudo de VeraguasVeraguas,
Hidden beaches, crystal clear waters, white sands and thick jungle make this destination an earthly paradise. There lives a gnabe community and animals as wonderful as the lazy pygmy and the red frog.
Isla IguanaLos Santos, Panama
Isla Iguana is the top natural attraction of the Azuero Peninsula offering the only white sand beach and the best preserve coral reefs of the region.It is a snorkeling an...
La Yeguada Forest ReserveVeraguas, Panama
La Yeguada is the first forest reserve in Panama and due to its spectacular scenery with mountains, lakes and even a waterfall it has become one of the most popular campi...
Cebaco Island has 8,500 hectares with a population of approximately 650 people. Most of the inhabitants are native fishermen, humble and hardworking. Isla Cebaco offers a phenomenal setting for diving, snorkeling and other water sports.
Coiba National Park - Isla CoibaVeraguas, Panama
Coiba National Park is one of the most beautiful places in Panama. It offers diverse marine life, coral reefs, wildlife, hiking trails, sport fishing and great swimming b...
International BrewersCauseway, Panama City,
Welcome to The Crew
Every day, homebrewers around the world create delicious brews, but they can only share them with their closest friends. Today, in order to reach a greater audience, brewers have to invest hundreds of thousands of dollars in expensive equipment, locations, licenses, marketing, and distribution.
Golfo de MontijoVeraguas,
The tropical humid forest predominates, there are also pastures, savannahs, ciénegas and secondary vegetation. In the Gulf, the mangrove forest predominates, with different representative species such as red mangrove, black mangrove and white mangrove.
Volcan BaruChiriqui, Panama
Volcan Baru National Park houses the highest point in Panama and offers a challenging hike to conquer the summit of the only volcano in the country giving you a view of P...
Wet-Rappel and India DormidaCocle,
Ideal activity for groups of friends who love nature, requires some physical conditions for the hike on the sleeping Indian trail, you walk approximately 20 minutes to reach the salto del sapo waterfall where rappelling takes place and then 45 min to the top of the sleeping Indian.