Coiba National Park
History, Google Earth and Scientific Links for Coiba National Park in Panama
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Check out our trip reports on Islas Secas .
What a beautiful dive. Very easy, starts around 20 feet and ends around 50 feet. You'll see at least a dozen varieties of coral and an amazing amount of colorful reef fish.
A pinnacle rising from 120' to within 30 feet of the surface. You'll se some white tip reef sharks, many varieties of eels, and lots of cleaner fish. I'm still waiting for something big to show up, you can't have that many cleaner fish and nothing to clean...
Lot of great underwater photos of Cativo
On this dive, you will see lots of coral and underwater life. This dive is good for beginners, with depths of 20 - 50 feet. Divers can dive the rock outcropping in the rear with depths of 18 - 80 feet.
Check out our dive reports on Los Ladrones.
What an amazing structure. Underwater, it looks like building foundations with steps and walkways and such. Really interesting. The underwater life here is many varieties of colorful coral and an amazing variety of coral fishes. Also, you'll see the big ocean guys blow through and some white tip reef sharks to keep it real...
This is a great structure, it looks like a humpback face when the waves move just right. This is a pinnacle that comes up from 65 feet to within 5 feet of the surface. You can see an amazing amount of big ocean pelagics here. The Freakin Zoo
Pretty much an underwater zoo... again a place that you'll see lots of ocean pelagics along with the typical coral and coral fish.
This is an island far out into the Pacific ocean. The ride is very long (4 hours). On this dive, you will see lots of coral and underwater life. You'll also see the large pelagics and ocean fish. During certain times of the year, you may also see the Galapagos Seals.