The Peninsula of Azuero is the cultural heritage center of the isthmus of Panamá and the inhabitants of this region proudly display their cultural identity and traditions. The towns are formed in marked colonial style were one can still find adobe houses known as Quinchas.
This region of the isthmus has more crafts and artisans than any other region of the country. On this tour one will visit and learn from the artisans such as the Pollera (national dress of Panama) makers, the Corpus Cristi devil mask makers, and the makers of the ever present tambores (drums) of the Tamborito.
We will learn not just the craft of their making but also about the pride of their people, their traditions, and lifestyle.
Certified Interpretive Guide, Transportation, Site Entrance Fees, Lunch
Duration: 8 Hours
Departure from Hotel: TBD