Jul 2, 2013

Hidden Gems of Panama
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Eco Travel , Featured Posts , Hidden Gems , Hidden Gems Panama , Shopping , Videos , Voluntourism — on July 2, 2013 10:05 am
If you go just an hour outside Panama City, you’ll get a chance to meet a very special group of people: the indigenous Embera tribe. The tribe is committed to maintaining their traditional way of life and they have lived this way for centuries. When you visit the tribe, you are not entering a tourist attraction. These are locals living their day-to-day lives, and you can join them for a meal or participate in some of their tribal customs.

The cool thing is that you can also bring home a piece of that culture. The Embera tribe sells a variety of crafts all made with natural pigment and dyes. The prices are determined by the length of time it takes to make an item. […]

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