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Cruises visiting Isla de Coiba & all Isla de Coiba cruises for  2019

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Isla de Coiba, the largest island in Central America, is located 20 km off the Pacific coast of the province of Veraguas, Panama. It is part of Coiba National Park (made up of 38 islands) and is home to rich and well preserved natural resources. Until 2004 it served as a notorious political penal colony, and as a result eighty percent of the island has survived virtually untouched. A large fraction of the island is old rain forest. In 2005 the Coiba National Park was registered as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Indeed, until recently, half the animals on the island were unknown to science.

Take an eco-tour to view the interesting flora and fauna. Jaguars still roam the island, and the large red, yellow, and blue South American parrot Scarlet Macaw are prolific in the wild, as well as many endemic species such as the Coiba Howler Monkey. Its marine species include humpback whales, whale sharks, orcas, tiger sharks, sperm whales, sea turtles, angel rays and 760 species of fish. Do some sport fishing, or go scuba diving in the protected clear water, teeming with marine life and home to a magnificent coral reef. Indeed, the island has some of Latin America’s best snorkelling and diving spots.

The tourist area is on the north side of Coiba. On the main island of Coiba there is a ranger station and a small museum. By permit, take a tour of the old prison on the island. Interestingly, outside the tourist area, adventurer, war correspondent and former US Army Ranger Chuck Holton says, “Everything on that island wants to bite you, everything is poisonous. It’s not a fun place to go camping. It’s probably the most Indiana Jones-style adventurous place I’ve ever been in my life.”

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