Coiba Island has widest variety of coral species, and you will be amazed by the impressive schools of fish, turtles, squid, eels, sharks, dolphin, whales, and much more. Coiba National Park, one of the world’s largest marine sanctuaries and a corner stone of the Eastern Pacific Marine Corridor – an area of protected zones for migrating fish and mammal from Ecuador to Costa Rica offers the best diving and big fish encounter in Panama. The Lonely Planet calls it “the best diving…between Mexico and Colombia”. Several dive operators offer scuba dive and snorkel trips to Coiba National Park, local dive sites and dive courses.
Located in the Panamanian Pacific Coast, Coiba Island is the largest of the islands within Coiba National Park, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2005. The waters surrounding this volcanic archipelago are undoubtedly the best diving destination in...Read More
In terms of diving in the Coiba region what you can expect to see in the marine life rich waters include a huge variety of marine species. Devil, Mobula and Eagle rays are the most prominent species of rays in...Read More
Coiba Panama was separated from about 12,000 to 18.000 years ago, when sea levels rose. Plants and animals in the new island was isolated from the mainland, during which time most of the animals have diverged in the appearanceand behavior of their continental counterparts. Hence the island is home to many endemic subspecies.Read More
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