Las Perlas Archipelago

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Spanning around 250 islands — many of which are uninhabited — Las Perlas archipelago (also called the Pearl Islands in English) is home to multiple coral reefs and an abundance of wildlife. Thanks to its incredible biodiversity and quantity of native fish and marine life, Las Perlas is considered to be one of the best sport fishing spots in the world.

For those who are more interested in observing marine life, one of the archipelago’s islands, Contadora Island, is home to Coral Dreams, a recreational center for marine activities. The center is an ideal starting point for whale and bird watching, snorkeling tours, and diving excursions. With utmost respect for the environment and local wildlife, Contadora Island is a prime excursion for those looking to connect with wildlife in an intimate, safe manner. The island is also famous for serving as the setting for several episodes of the classic American series Survivor.

In contrast to the bustling tourist activities offered on Contadora, Isla Saboga features traditional island culture and a more intimate setting. From our private beaches, you may spot whales or dolphins out at sea, and we can arrange for island-hopping tours to see more of the archipelago if you so desire. Saboga itself is home to one of the world’s snakes: the harmless dwarf boa constrictor, which comes in a variety of colors and is only a few feet long. Native iguanas also populate the island, and you may spot them sunbathing on the beach.



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Isla Saboga Playa El Coral,

Archipielago de las Perlas,

Panamá, Panamá