Is the best known island in the area, which is actually two uninhabitated islands about five km southwest of islas Negritos.There are beautiful beaches for snorkeling and swimming.Brightly colored tropical fish, snapper, tuna, grouper, mackerel, shark, barracuda,manta rays, porcupine fish, sea urchins and other marine species are often viewed in this area.The islands can be reached by daily boat tours from Montezuma.
Is connected to the mainland by a wide stony trail which is completely submersed at high tide. Originally the landing point for boats delivering supplies and collecting local produce its rocky shores now offer great snorkeling and swimming.Cabuya is the only village in Costa Rica to have the town cementary located on an otherwise uninhabited island.
This park, with over 200 waterfalls, dense vegetation and underwater cave, is over 500km southwest of Costa Rica, in the eastern pacific. Legend has it that some of the early visitors buried a huge treasure here but it has never been found. Because of its isolation Isla del Coco has evolved a unique ecosystem, which is why it is protected by national park status. Over 70 species of animals and 70 species of plants are reportedly endemic (occurring nowhere else in the world) and more remain to be discovered. Birders come to the island to see the colonies of seabirds, mostly of which nest on Cocos. There are two endemic lizard species. The marine life is also varied, with sea turtles, coral reefs, and tropical fish in abundance. Snorkeling and diving are excellent and are the main activities for visitros.