From your hotel in Chitré, head to a beautiful farm located in La Villa de Los Santos, surrounded by trees and guarded by the La Villa River. Here you will start your cultural experience and become a true craftsman, as a local artisan will lead you through the unforgettable experience of learning how to make Diablico Sucio masks, an interesting folkloric piece that represents devils or animals used in typical dances from different regions of Panama. You will then have a taste of Panama’s local cuisine as you enjoy a firewood homemade “sancocho”, accompanied with sweet corn tortillas, local cheese and a fruitful soft drink. Meanwhile, expert craftsmen will make beautiful Panamanian peasant sandals called cutarras, made entirely by hand, tailored to your foot. The cutarra is a type of sandal woven by hand from leather and you will have the opportunity to take back home a beautiful souvenir from the Azuero region. After a full day learning about our Spanish-heritage traditions and cultures, we will take you back to your hotel.