Isla Saboga floats in a pristine oceanic wilderness in the Gulf of Panama. From August to October, humpback whales make their annual migration through the region to calve in the warm Pacific waters.
Once the whales have been spotted for the first time (usually in August), they can typically be spotted in the Gulf of Panama until their calves are strong enough to travel north again for the winter.
Almost nothing can compare to the awe and majesty of a breaching humpback whale just a few feet from your boat. Our location in Panama provides prime access to observe these gentle giants during one of the most important parts of their lifecycle.
From the shore, you can catch a glimpse of a colossal mother humpback and her little one rising to the surface as she blows out a three-foot cloud of ocean spray.
Along with the whales, dolphins often join in the frolicking, and they can easily be seen from Saboga’s beautiful beaches. Bring some binoculars, or take a boat out into the deep blue waves and experience the majesty of nature for yourself.
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Isla Saboga Playa El Coral,
Archipielago de las Perlas,