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The Kuna Yala people inhabit at least 60 islands of the 370 or so that were known as the San Blas Archipelago on the Caribbean side of Panama. If you get bored with your laid back lifestyle at one of their ethno-eco-tourism lodges, you can tour one of their villages. Expect to be greeted by many enthusiastic children and women in traditional Kuna dress presenting you with the molas they have spent many days working on. If you like you can go to the local cemetary with a guide who will explain Kuna customs.