Isla Iguana, Los Santos Province
Categories: Islands, Nature & Parks
Covered with mangos, guava trees, and sugarcane, Isla Iguana shelters extraordinary creatures like iguanas, hermit crabs, and turtles. Walk the small but exuberant island and see wild animals just roaming freely around you. Take stunning photos of hermit crabs wiggling their way across the bright white-sand beach, but be careful not to stumble upon a dozing boa constrictor. Snorkel in the pristine sea, as the serenity of the surrounding wilderness slowly encloses you in a peaceful world of nature. Bring some refreshments and snacks, as this island is a true wildlife refuge with limited amenities. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Pedasi holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Isla Iguana and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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Um dia espectacular no trajeto até a ilha fomos ver as baleias e golfinhos e na ilha iguana tem uma praia de encantarA spectacular day on the way to the island we went to see the whales and dolphins and iguana island has a beach of delightshow original
Isla Iguana, es una isla muy bella sin embargo, considero que deben ajustar el cobro a los extranjeros; muy elevado. Al tener una oficina de guarda parque, deberían organizarce mejor con el objetivo d... read more »Isla Iguana, is a very beautiful island however, I believe that they must adjust charging foreigners; very high. Having a guard Office Park, they should better organize in order, to keep area clean because garbage is disposable items and logs that give a view of dirt at the end. They must improve the ranch, installing more benches that can do with trunks and above all condition baths, are horrible and disgust. To the cross by the trail, it arrives to a beach beautiful, is paradise.show original
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Uma das mais belas ilhas do arquipélago de San Blas. Vale a pena pernoitar neste local em cabanas rústicas e conhecer a história dos índios Cunas.One of the most beautiful islands of the archipelago of San Blas. It's worth staying in this place in rustic cabins and know the history of the Kuna or CUNA Indians.show original
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