Cotubanamá National Park

The tropical and sub-tropical forests of Cotubanamá National Park are not only home to native wildlife but also an Indigenous historical site. Birds inhabit the wetlands and mangroves, while the protected waters and coral reefs boast some of the best scuba diving in the world. Cotubanamá National Park is also home to hundreds of magnificent caves where subterranean springs bubble up to supply fresh water to neighboring villages, resorts, and hotels.