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San Blas Islands

Located off the Caribbean Coast of Panama, the San Blas Islands consist of 365 flat sandy islands which are home to Kuna Yala and the Kuna Indians.

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Beaches of the San Blas
White sandy beach on Tuborgana in the San Blas.
Candid Smile
Happy Kuna girl with her eye on something.
Childhood Innocence
Cute Kuna girl smiling for a photo.
Crooked Coconut Palm
One of Tuborgana's many palm trees.
Crystal-clear waters of San Blas
Tuborgana, as viewed by dugout canoe.
Day by Day
Fishing boats tied up at Tuborgana.
Dugout Canoe with Sails
Kuna man showing off his preferred mode of island transportation.
Family Business
Notice mom peeking through the molas, to make sure I pay my $1 for the photo.
Family Business... a year later
Same Kuna family a year later, still selling their molas and photo ops.
Family Portrait
Kuna family posing for a photo.
Fiery Skies
San Blas sunset lighting up the sky and sea.
Fishing Boats at Achu Tupu
Clear calm waters of the San Blas Islands.
Fresh Seafood... Delivered!
Kuna fisherman in dugout canoe trying to sell his day's catch of lobster and crab.
Genuine Mola, Genuine Smile
Young kuna girl working on her masterpiece.
Glowing as a Storm Approaches
S/V Mandalay anchored in the San Blas Islands (Kuna Yala).
Iko Tupu with S/V Mandalay
Afternoon storm approaching the San Blas Islands.
Island Feast
Kuna woman preparing fresh fish in a thatch hut.
Island Transportation
Lone dugout canoe on a beach in San Blas.
Kuna Girl and her Pets
Posing for a photo with her puppy and iguana (in the unbrella)
Kuna Women
Group of Kuna women watching a group of dancers perform.
Mandalay's Mirror Image
Not moving too quickly in the glassy waters of San Blas.
Molas Molas and more Molas!
Molas are made by sewing multiple layers of fabric together.
Nightlife in San Blas
Tiki torches light the path to the beach bonfire.
One Stop Shop
Kuna woman selling a variety of molas and other items.
Rainy Morning at the Helm
At the wheel of the S/V Mandalay on a cloudy morning in the San Blas.
Recycled Life Ring
Kuna girl sitting in an old life ring from the S/V Mandalay.
San Blas Parking Lot
Colorful dugout canoes tied off to an old wooden dock.
San Blas Parrothead
Happy as can be, even though she's missing a couple teeth.
Show Me the Money!
Kuna clildren each asking for their $1 for the photo.
Traditional Leg Coverings
Kuna woman adding beadwork to her cover her lower legs.
Tuborgana Island
One of San Blas' more picturesque islands.
Tuborgana with the S/V Mandalay
One of Kuna Yala's 365 coconut-covered islands.
Young Elvis
Kuna boy singing 'Happy Birthday' to the passing tourists.
Young Kuna Musician
Young San Blas child playing is musical instrument.
Your Very Own Paradise
This small island in San Blas is home to only one person.
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