Isla Coiba is the largest island in Central America, has become famous in recent years as one of the world’s largest marine parks, where you will see an incredible variety of underwater sea life. Declared National Park, a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, because of its biodiversity and its important role in the Eastern Pacific Tropical Ecosystem. This Island have some of historic, because it was used as a prison from 1919 to 1991, and thus not accessible to other people. Our Ship Naturalist Guide will take you for a short walk at Los monos Trails to discover the local forest and animal life.
Tour includes: admission fees, Spanish/English speaking guide.
What to Bring: running shoes for walking, short or long pants, T-shirt or light shirt, cap or hat, sunglasses, towel and camera. Don’t forget the sunscreen and insect repellent.
Duration: 1.5 hours (Approx.) per each activity
Days of Operation: Everyday