Welcome to Parque Nacional Coiba

Isolated for the past century due to its status as a notorious penal colony, Coiba offers travelers the chance to hike through primary rainforest and snorkel and dive in a marine park with increasingly rare wildlife. However, with virtually no tourist infrastructure in place, you’re going to have to plan hard (and pay top dollar) to really see it up close.

Coiba was declared a national park in 1991, and in 2005 Unesco made it a World Heritage site.

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Parque Nacional Coiba in detail