Rainforest Adventures by Panama Excursions lets you have the opportunity to join your colleagues on a visit to Mi Pueblito, which is a unique presentation of Panama’s culture and history, situated on the outskirts of Panama City. This group incentive event and theme party is an evening in which you can get a first-hand glimpse of life outside the city, without leaving city limits. This complex is comprised of three distinct villages: typical Panamanian, Antillean, and Indian (Kuna & Embera).
As you enter the complex, on the right-hand side, you will find the main entrance to the typical Panamanian village. There are several small gift shops, restaurants, a Pollera (Panama’s National dress) museum, barbers shop, as well as numerous chairs, benches and tables.
The Antillean and Indian villages lie on the opposite side of the complex, or to the left-hand side as you enter Mi Pueblito. It is just a short walk with the entrance just off the left side of the roadway. The Antillean village is based on the Antillean culture that was brought to Panama during the construction of the Canal. It too has several small souvenir stores, eateries, and also a church and open courtyard.
Just behind this village is the Indian village, which is set deeper in the wooded area of the complex. Here, numerous traditional style huts have been built to help illustrate the Indian way of life in Panama with explanations and examples of the indigenous Indian culture.
For those that do not have the time to visit Panamas interior Mi Pueblito provides an attractive and convenient alternative to view aspects of older, different lifestyles.