The largest province of the country is covered by a dense tropical jungle which constitutes the ecological cushioning zone known as “el tapón del Darién”. Within the thick, rural, and enigmatic jungle, the ethnic group Emberá distributed in semi-nomad groups which erect high huts in the banks of large rivers such as Chucunaque, Sambú or Tuira. Farmers, hunters, fishermen and sometimes collectors, The Emberá culture outstands because of its beauty and delicacy of their handcrafts. They carve sculptures in wood from a tree named cocobolo, beautiful miniature seeds of the tagua palm tree, vegetal ivory, and knit in exquisite bags with exceptional designs with palm tree fiber named “chunga”. There are some Emberá settlements in jungle areas very close to Panama City, wherein they live as they do in the jungle.