Snorkeling at Isla Iguana
Iguana Island is a wildlife refuge of 53 hectares located in Los Santos province – famous for its white sand beach, crystal waters, extensive mangrove forests and for having the largest coral reef in the Gulf of Panama (16 hectares) that shelters more than 350 species of tropical fishes including dolphins, harmless sharks and turtles, as well as, humpback whale between June and October.
Once in the island - and accompanied by your guide, you will explore a hiking trail that crosses the area from West to East to observe the iguanas and all the marine birds.
Then, you will explore the different coral reefs and colorful submarine world during the snorkeling; and at the end, you will enjoy a relaxing time at the beach.
Tour includes: Transportation, snorkeling equipment, admission fee, Spanish/English guide, bottled water and lunch.
What to Bring: Comfortable shoes, light clothes, towel, swimsuit, extra clothes, hat or cap, sunglasses, camera, lots of sunscreen and insect repellent.
Duration: 6 hours (Approx.)
Days of Operation: Daily.