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Kusapín (Kingsville)
Kusapín (Kingsville) is located in Panama
Kusapín (Kingsville)
Kusapín (Kingsville)
Coordinates: 9°10′48″N 81°53′24″W / 9.18000°N 81.89000°W / 9.18000; -81.89000Coordinates: 9°10′48″N 81°53′24″W / 9.18000°N 81.89000°W / 9.18000; -81.89000
ProvinceNgöbe Buglé
 • Total33,121 hab.

Kusapín (Saborikäte ) is a district of the county Panamanian indigenous Ngabe Bugle. Its capital is the town of Kusapín.[1] It has an area of 1,693.2 km2 (653.7 sq mi) and a population of 33,121 inhabitants according to 2010 census data.[2] The district's population is predominantly ethnic Ngobe Bugle.

Kusapin view from one of its beautiful hills

Political division[edit]

The district includes the communities of Kusapín, Blue Bay, Santa Catalina, Yucca Loma, Rio Chiriquí, Tobabe and Llano Bonito.


The district is created Kusapín from Law 10 of March 1997. Next to the district Kankintú, is part of the region in Ñokribu Ngobe Bugle.

Getting there?[edit]

Being located in the coastal regions of the province of Bocas del Toro, is necessary to travel by boat. These depart daily at 6:00 am and arrive at the port of Chiriqui Grande from 8 to 9 am, depending on weather conditions. Leaving the port to Kusapín at 11:00 am, drivers reliable as Rutilio Mr. Trotman, Roger Hooker, Chalito, Yimmi.


  1. ^ Panama. Dirección de Estadística y Censo (2003). "Panamá en cifras". Panamá en Cifras. La Dirección. ISSN 0078-8996. Retrieved 2014-12-06.
  2. ^ "Censos Nacionales 2010 - Resultados Finales Básicos". Archived from the original on 2011-03-07. Retrieved 2011-03-20.