Kuna Yala, an unimaginable paradise. The jewel of the Panamanian Caribbean coast is Kuna Yala, a slim strip of land whose main attractive are the 365 islands that form the Kuna Yala Archipelago, the habitat of the Indian people known as Kunas. The beauty of the scenery of the Indian community is impressive and enchants the visitors who enjoy its idyllic beaches with turquoise waters, warm and transparent, rich in schools of colorful fish and starfish characteristic of the Caribbean sea fauna. Its blue transparent waters and colorful fish and birds inspired the Kuna women to create another wonder: the “mola”. This particular piece of Indian craftsmanship, full of beautiful and colorful designs, is known all over the world and represents one of the main emblematic representations of the country.