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Measuring 100 to 200 feet across and approximately 40 feet deep, this river serves as the main source of water for high-level locks of the Panama Canal.
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17 Jul 2017
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18 Jul 2014
“Embera Indian Villages on the Chagres River”
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Reviewed 17 July 2017

I visited the Embera community during my 5 week long stay in Panama while attending Habla Ya Spanish School. This was an excellent cultural and educational experience. I love learning, multiculturalism and being immersed in different and diverse cultures. I always like learning and knowing...More

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Reviewed 18 July 2014

As part of a family reunion, my family visited the Emberá Drua village on the Chagres River. There are many villages along this river that provide tours and canoe travel on the river, but my father had chosen this village because the natives wear enough...More

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Reviewed 27 January 2014

By chance, and with little enthusiasm, I took a canoe tour up the Chagres River last week and I can't believe I almost missed it! We visited a village of the Embrera tribe and saw how they lived. We cooled off in a swimming hole...More

1  Thank Allen P
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