Isla Iguana is a short 25-minute boat ride from Pedasi, but it’s like a different world. Isla Iguana is a secluded paradise, considered a wildlife refugee, inhabited only by rare birds, giant lizards and purple and red crabs. It is a snorkeling and diving paradise as it has the biggest area of well-preserved coral reefs in the Gulf of Panama with 14 different coral species, more than 350 tropical fishes and over 200 species of invertebrates. In addition, five species of marine turtle come to the island to lay their eggs from April to September and humpback whales swim around these waters from June to November to mate. In this full day tour, you will also have the opportunity to relax in its white sand beaches or swim in its turquoise water. At the end of the tour, you will enjoy a delicious lunch in a local restaurant in the town of Pedasí.