Lying off the coast of Panama, this archipelago is made up of 365 tiny islands, of which just 60 are inhabited. The Kuna people who dwell here live simply in wood and straw huts. An unpredictable three-hour journey from Panama City, the San Blas Islands are all surrounded by a crystal-clear lagoon and ringed with coconut trees. The food, which mainly consists of fish (and lobster on a really lucky day), the makeshift shelters and the hammock beds put the finishing touches to this picture-perfect image. It takes just a few minutes to walk across each strip of land in this archipelago, and it goes without saying that the least populated islands are those furthest from the coast.