The name Capira has its origins in the native language Kapira, and it means “warm and burning lands.” This was also the lands under Cacique Capira’s rule.

Capira is a land rich in natural resources, forests, mountains, and water tributaries that provide the Panama Canal with protection. This district also has large rocky formations and unique landscapes due to its closeness to El Valle de Antón.

Capira is a multicultural district where customs from surrounding provinces such as Los Santos, Herrera, and Veraguas intersect making this one of the most culturally rich areas of Panama.

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