Bri Bri in 3rd. Street - Local and foreign handicrafts. Near the end of Bocas' Main Street, is Bribri, a marvelous handicrafts store. Pick up molas—Panama's famously colorful handmade fabrics, traditionally worn by local Kuna Indian women. The owner has a wide selection of fine local Indian crafts and is happy to explain about the work and culture of the Indian artisans.
Chocolate Shop at La Veranda Hotel. The handmade chocolate bars available. Cacao is a Bocas native crop. The owner makes her bars from organically grown cacao beans and uses an artisan age-old method and local recipe.
El Cacique on 3rd. Street - Handicrafts, souvenir, t-shirts, clothes.
Feryleritz 1st. & 2nd. Streets - Beach clothes, t-shirts, bathing suits.
Garrimar 4th. Street - Local handicrafts.
La Victoria 3rd. Street - Souvenirs. Sport clothes. T-shirts. Handicrafts.
Pachamama 3rd. Street - Souvenirs, local and foreign handicrafts, coffee shop.
Super Gourmet Super Gourmet, as its name indicates, is a mini supermarket offering a exclusive and vast selection of meats, cheeses, seafood and wine.
Tropix Surf - 3rd. Street - Sport clothes.
Yomaris Boutique Ave. G - Clothes in general.
A street side display of molas in the Main Street is run by the Kuna Indians. Panama is famous for its molas - colourful reverse applique cloth designs.
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