Beach of Isla Coiba
Things to do in Panama
Coiba is to the south of the province of Veraguas and is the largest island in Panama.
UNESCO granted it the title of World Heritage Site precisely because of its beauty and state of conservation of its coral reefs, the great diversity of animal species and flora, with vegetation to be lost.
If you go to this beach in Panama, you can practice water sports, scuba diving, bird watching and ecological tours. The Isla Coiba National Park was, at the time of the dictatorship, a highly dangerous penitentiary, so its conservation has been possible due to the low impact of man.
Currently there are no hotels on the island, beyond rudimentary cabins of the Ministry of Environment of Panama, which are provided to tourists at a reasonable price (prior reservation through an operator) for what is their stay in Santa Catalina, Isla Cebaco or Playa Malena.
It is considered one of the best destinations worldwide for diving, proof of this is the number of professional diving teams that regularly meet in its waters, do you want to see for yourself?