Some of the richest waters and spectacular tiny islets of Central America's Pacific Coast are found around here - the diversity of the most extensive coral reef in the region is stunning. The Coiba National Park is the most spectacular and the most inaccessible of the Panamanian Pacific. You can go fishing, diving, snorkeling, bird watching, and hiking and enjoy the beautiful flora and fauna. The beaches have fine sand and the waters are crystal clear, especially near Playa Damas and Playa Blanca on Coiba, but also on the islands of Granito de Oro, Rancherķa, Uvas and Contreras.
These islands are famous because of the big Blue and Black Marlins that have been caught around here. On some of the beaches of the islands, turtles come to nest between April and September and it is very common to find groups of dolphins, big manta rays and sometimes even hunchbacked or pilot whales and killer whales (orcas) passing through the region in their annual migrations. This is the only place in Panama where you can find whole troops of red Guacamayas ( Ara Macao ). In Damas Bay, you can find a large reef, considered to be the second largest in the Central Eastern Pacific and the largest in the Central American region.
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