The place seduces visitors looking for a different option to walk or rest. It is a place in the Panamanian Atlantic, where the water is crystal clear and the white sand of the islands contrasts with the green palms. There, in that archipelago, the visitor will also find the coral reefs that, according to Unesco, are among the best preserved on the Northwest Atlantic Biographical Coast and the Central Caribbean Bioregion.
The climate is tropical humid, and although the sun caresses the skin of those who seek an enviable tan, during the day the soft drizzle that refreshes is not lacking. Sometimes, of course, the drizzle goes to heavy downpour, especially in the rainy season (usually from May to December). Despite this, visitors do not stop disembarking from the boats, since they want to check for themselves because you call them the paradise islands.