We stayed for 3 nifhts at the ANAM ranger stations on the island. You can book by phoning and speaking in spanish, or we had help from Panama dive centre. Its $20 per night for a bed in a 6-bed dorm with AC. No sheets, shared bathroom in building. The rangers are really nice and helpful. Theres the resident crocodile... 更多
I've visited Panama 5 times now and this was the second time I was out on a boat tour to island. Every visitor should experience this, you see all sorts of wild life. We saw dolphins jumping out of the water, numerous sea turtles, snorkelled with so many different kinds of fish. It was incredible. We used fluid adventures out... 更多
The trip costs around 70 dollars, which might seem like a lot but trust me it's worth it! When you go to santa catalina you can book a daytrip to the national park of Coiba (50 dollars for the trip and lunch, 20 dollars entrance fee to the national park) The trip starts around 8am and you'll be home at... 更多
The trip to Coiba National Park is just unbelievable: snorkel with fishes, sharks, seaturtles in a white sand beach and crystal clear water. We did a day trip organized by the staff of our hotel (Mama Ines), it was very good. We traveled with two kids, and two elderly folks. It was a bit difficult to jump in and out... 更多
Visited the Ranger Station each day while camping with Fluid Adventures about a 40-minute sea kayak trip away. Took a one-hour walk through the forest and came across a smallish troop of howler monkeys who whooped it up when they saw us.
Went using Fluid Adventures for a guide. (See that review). Coiba Island is a must see for the snorkeling and diving. Do not miss.
We had a day trip out to Coiba and it was the absolute highlight of our travels in Panama (so far). It is quite a mission to get there - it was a long drive to Santa Catalina and then a long and bumpy boat trip out to the islands and back but it was more than worth it. We... 更多