Here you can buy fruits, ornamental plants, flowers and orchids and have a look at local art and handicrafts. Including: ceramics, bateas (wooden trays), woven baskets, hats, carved and painted totumas (cups made from squash) and trinkets made from acorn. Also, some Kuna Indians offer their handicraft like colorful molas and jewlery.

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Square Trees

Scientific Name: Quararibea asterolepis Family: Bombacaceae Tall: 30 meter approximate «They are members of the cottonwood family. Saplings of these trees now are being grown at the University of Florida to find out if they Read more...

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Chorro El Macho Waterfall

This waterfall is the largest in the región with a drop of 70m. It is just a 30 minutes walk from the towncenter in the direction of La Mesa. Since the beginning of 2009 it Read more...

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The Canopy Tour and the “Chorro El Macho” waterfall share the same entrance. Here, from platforms 100 feet in the air, you are given a spectacular insight and view of the cloud forrest´s fauna and Read more...