Jan 23, 2019 - National Geographic Quest
Granito de Oro. It’s a small little island with a rich, white-sanded beach and just enough tree shade to sit beneath. The crew brought out kayaks and stand-up paddleboards. Many within our group went out snorkeling, only to discover that contained beneath the water surrounding the island was a reef even greater in natural splendor. We saw several large schools of fish set in a variety of colors and shapes. Several within our group opted to hike Coiba Island. Whether on land or underwater, guests found no shortage of natural sights and experiences to take in between the two islands.
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