We had come across this tribe the last time we were in Panama as several of them were selling handmade items.
We were on a cruise stopping in Colon for one day, and someone put this tour together with Garceth, one of the Embera tribe men. This is a tour they put on frequently. There are 127 residents now living in this location. You take about an hour bus ride, then a motorized canoe for another hour +/-. The water level was very low, so the tribesmen had to jump out and push/pull the canoe several times.
Once there, the people are very friendly. apparently about the only things they have from the "outside" are the motor on the canes and some of the cloth.
They tell us of their history, life style, how they make their baskets, fishing, etc. and about their "tatooes".
A nice little lunch is provided: fried plantanes and tilapia in a banana leaf.
They do a traditional dance, and then have a group picture taken.
It is really one of the more interesting tours we have been on.