The Ngäbe and Bugle tribes inhabit great mountainous regions in the provinces of Chiriqí, Bocas del Toro and Veraguas. If during your stay in Panama you visit the higher lands of Chiriquí, or the islands of Bocas, you could visit some of these ethnic tribes' communities. The Ngäbe-Buglé, as they are usually called, are somewhat reserved and live in small communities formed by family clans, spread throughout their territorial district. Normally they celebrate their traditional ceremonies, like balsería, in remote places high up in the mountains, and because of this their customs remain shrouded in mystery and legend. Their neighbors, the Naso-Teribes and the Brí-Brí live in even more remote areas of the province of Bocas del Toro.