More than 30 species of whales and dolphins have been registered in Panama's oceans, providing whale watchers with the ability to see a variety of species. Through seeing these magnificent animals in their natural environment, you will get an up-close look at their unique natural behavior.
Cebaco Island has 8,500 hectares with a population of approximately 650 people. Most of the inhabitants are native fishermen, humble and hardworking. Isla Cebaco offers a phenomenal setting for diving, snorkeling and other water sports.
Escudo de Veraguas
Hidden beaches, crystal clear waters, white sands and thick jungle make this destination an earthly paradise. There lives a gnabe community and animals as wonderful as the lazy pygmy and the red frog.
Isla granito de oro, Veraguas
A small island off the northeastern coast of Isla Coiba named Granito de Oro has emerged as one of the most popular stops for visitors interested in snorkeling the abundant waters of Coiba National Park and picnicking on one of the most pristine beaches in the world.
Because of the location within the National Park a future commercial development has to comply with strict environmental regulations; minimal logging, zero contamination, only half of the island can be developed, the remainder needs to remain intact.
Surrounded by a paradise of greenery and turquoise waters. This is how the days go by in this paradise where tranquility is breathed. Isla Cebaco offers a phenomenal setting for diving, snorkeling,sport fishing and other water sports.
Isla Canas - Panama
Isla Canas it is located in the Province of Los Santos in the District of Tonosí on a 13-kilometer-long beach, being the most important nesting site for Pacific sea turtles in Panama, mainly of the Lapidochelis Olivacea species. This refuge also protects an important mangrove ecosystem habitat of different marine species.