Escape the noisy city for this three-days, two-night tour to travel to the remote beaches of Isla Cañas, where we set out to look for sea turtles returning to the beach where they were born to lay their eggs.
Located 350 km from Panama City, Isla Cañas is one of the most famous beaches in the world where sea turtles come to lay their eggs. This 13km-long beach is untouched by humans and as a result as many as 80 sea turtles come to lay their eggs each night from July to November.
Five out of the seven worldwide species of sea turtles come to Panama to lay their eggs each year, four of which are critically endangered. During this remote eco-tour, you witness turtles laying their eggs in a very remote setting while learning about local conservational efforts to save these delicate species.
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