The province of Los Santos is the driest part of the country. The dry season begins in December and extends until May during which time there is virtually no rainfall. The rest of the year sees brief daily showers. Los Santos is known for its authentic Spanish Colonial culture, tipico music concerts, rodeos, annual Carneval, and the Pollera: the traditional Panamanian dress.
Las Tablas is a friendly, bustling small town offering Spanish colonial architecture while offering modern amenities. Las Tablas is home to the largest Carnival in Central America and second largest in Latin America.