The Bokota people are an Amerindian ethnical group in Panama. They live in Bocas del Toro and north of Veraguas Bokota Indians live in the same region as the Teribe or Naso Indians.Theyare the smallest tribe in Panama and live in the west of the country.
Culture: They dedicate themselves to livestock, fishing and hunting. They make hats of vegetable fibers, backpacks, baskets, anddaily dresses called cobo. They live in round houses on stilts.
They speak the Bogota language, also called Buglere.
The Embera-Wounaan are a group of semi-nomadic Indians in Panama, living in theprovince of Darien at the shores of the Chucunaque, Sambu, Tuira Rivers and its water ways. The Embera-Wounaan were formly and widely known by the name Chocó, and they speak the Choco language, partof the Paezan language family. The Chocó Indians live in small villages of 10 to 20 houses along the banks of the rivers throughout the main Chucunaque/Tuira/Balsas basin of the Darien of Panama.Ethnic Chinese in Panama, also variously referred to as Chinese-Panamanian, Panamanian-Chinese, Panama Chinese, or in Spanish as Chino-Panameño are Panamanian citizens and residents of Chinese origin ordescent. The community of ethnic Chinese in Panama began to form in the latter half of the 19th century.
The Guaymí or Ngäbe are an indigenous group living mainly within the Ngäbe-Buglé comarca (orreserve) in the Western Panamanian provinces of Veraguas, The language spoken by the Ngäbe is Ngäbere. Guaymí is the traditional term for the Ngäbe and is derived from the Buglere term for them(guaymiri).
The Guaymies were divided into two large groups: those of the lowlands along the Atlantic coast, and those of the tropical forest in the highlands of Veraguas and Chiriquí Province.
Kuna orCuna is the name of an indigenous people of Panama and Colombia. The spelling Kuna is currently preferred. In the Kuna language, the name is Dule or Tule, meaning "people," and the name of the...