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Trip Report Panama

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We returned from a two weeks tour of Panama, a country that has so many interesting to offer. We went there in March to attend their carnival, the best of Central America that happens all over the country but it has its peak in Las Tablas, a small town in the Azuerro Peninsula. We covered in two weeks most of the interesting places in the country visiting Panama City, Embera Village, attending the carnival in Panama City, Los Santos and Las Tablas, snorkeling in Coiba National Park and hiking in the jungles around Boquete before spending three nights in a tiny island in the San Blas Archipelago surrounded by Kuna Indians. We moved around the country by bus on the impeccably well maintained roads of Panama. if you need detailed information about travel in Panama check our blog: http://flyingmonk.wordpress.com/category/panama/

Happy travels!

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