Is a large open bay with a large rocky reef structure that juts perpendicularly out from a lovely beach. The site can be dove shallow exploring the crevices and schools of fish among the rocks or deep, looking for spotted rays in the sand or cow nose rays soaring by above.
Quite often we see schools of surgeon fish, goatfish, chub and butterfly fish. This is a good site to find zebra and starry moray eels, diamond and Cortes stingrays and trumpet fish.
is a small protected bay with a great beach that is the start of our dive. Beginning in the protection of the bay we make our way deeper, following the coral encrusted rocky reef structures.
This is a good site for many varieties of puffer fish and the odd looking spotted boxfish. There are lots of parrot fish, lizard fish and giant hawkfish to see while exploring the reef structures.
is a small bay steep cliffs surrounding a central island where you can hear the blow hole erupting with sea water when there is surge in the shallows. The site has high profile rocky reef structures deeper and finger like projections closer to shore.
On the deeper reef structures we often find white tip reef sharks (in the warmer months) or guitarfish and giant electric rays (in the colder months). Schools of jacks and mobula rays often pass by.
is named for a rocky structure over the water, the site can be dove both as a deep multi-level profile or shallow exploring the coast line. The site has many crevices and overhangs making it good for macro sea life.
Exploring the reef structures here you may see schools of Panamic Porkfish, King and Cortez Angel fish above and a variety of moray eels below. Keep an eye out for Leopard Flounder in the sand and the Panama Graysby perching for a photo.
Season: Year Round
Tour Duration: 4 Hours
What to Bring:
Sweater, Camera, Sunscreen, Diving Licence
Boat ride, PADI Pro instructor, All necessary equipment, Water, Juices & Snacks, Marine Park Fees.