This Embera village is near the Panama Canal. In this area most of the Indiginous indians are from the southern frontier of Panama. They have made a village near Panama city for school and work needs. Most villagers work in the city to support their tribe. They support the tribe by selling locally made crafts such as pottery, baskets and jewelry. They still live in the customary hut on stilts. They also paint themselves with the nut of a tree in a manner like a tattoo. The Embera also have traditional dance that is performed for visiting guests or during religious ceremonies.