The “Jewell of Veraguas” and one of Panama’s most precious protected areas, Coiba Notional Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that covers 270,125 hectares, approximately 80% marine, and 20% terrestrial. Both land and marine areas are extremely rich in bio-diversity including, the largest wild colony of Scarlet macaws in Central America and 147 more species of birds, and the endemics of the Coiba Agouti and the Coiba howler monkey in addition to 36 other species of mammals. Under the water one finds the second largest coral reef in the eastern pacific and hundreds of marine species.
In the company of your Certify naturalist Interpretive Guide you will experience Coiba and explore the many trails and coral reefs of the area.
Included: Services of Certified Interpretive & Naturalist Guide, Transportation, Camping Equipment & Bedding, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Duration: 4 Days & 3 Nights