The Islands of Coiba National Park
The second largest of the islands that dot the geography of Coiba National Park, Jicaron is located of the Southeast tip of Coiba. It contains lush vegetation, large swells, and rocky beaches through out much of the shoreline. With the assistance of local guides, Jicaron also offers pristine pocket beaches, deserted serenity and Pacific island beauty at its finest. Jicaron is a short distance for steep ocean canyons used by migratory pelagic animals to hunt and travel along the transcontinental routes.
Scuba diving and snorkeling offer views of huge schools of large fish. Sightings of large varieties of rays, sharks, sailfish, and marlin are possible. On the surface, spinner and spotted dolphins, orca, humpback and pilot whales and feeding yellow fin tuna may delight the visiting boat.