Visit The Gulf of Chiriqui
The Gulf of Chiriquí Marine Park is a protected area of nearly 58 square miles encompassing 25 islands and 19 coral reefs in the Gulf of Chiriquí, off of Panama’s Pacific Coast. This national park is home to unique coral reefs, marine swamps, and incredibly biodiverse marine ecosystems. Hammerhead sharks, Whitetip reef sharks, manta rays, dolphins, several species of sea turtles, schools of colorful fish, and other aquatic species are frequently seen here.
Additionally, between the months of August and October, you will have the added benefit of being able to witness the large migration of humpback whales, which makes this day tour a unique spectacle not to be missed. This is the perfect tour if you are seeking a day of relaxation and snorkeling at the white sand beaches of this virgin Pacific destinations.
8 hours, full day
Land and water transportation, park fees, lunch, snorkeling gear, water, beverages and snacks.
Please note that any tour departing from Gamboa or Playa Bonita hotels, or hotels near the airports will have a total surcharge of $70 plus 7% tax.
We will pick you up at your hotel at 7:00 am.
WHAT TO BRING?
Bathing suit, dry pair of clothes, towel, sunscreen, bug spray, camera.
The following information is a Panama tipping guide:
- Shuttle Driver $ 2.00 per person, per day.
- Sightseeing tour driver $ 5.00 per person, per day.
- Tour guide $ 10.00 per person, per day.
- Tour boat driver $ 5.00 per person, per day.
- Bellboys and airports $ 1.00 per bag.
- Waiter / a restaurant 10% – 15%.
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