Bucea el Mundo
Presa Don Martin #123, Col. Irrigación, México, D.F. 11500  
Tel: +52 (55) 5580-1549  e-mail: informes@seaspace.com.mx

Coiba 

"Tropical Paradise"

 

Coiba is the largest, uninhabited tropical island in the world. Its ecosystem is formed of a primary tropical rainforest, mangroves and white deserted beaches. The marine life consists of large schools of big fish, several species of sharks, giant mantas, schooling rays, whales and dolphins, plus healthy coral reefs.

UNESCO has declared Coiba’s National Park as a World Heritage Site. While diving in this location we will have the opportunity to be delighted by its marine environment, which provides an extremely dynamic variety of fish species, sharks, and marine mammals, including the white-tip reef shark, scalloped and great hammerhead, whale shark, Galapagos, bull, tiger, and the bizarre guitar shark.

In addition to an amazing diving activity, there is kayaking and hiking on the beautiful beaches and around the waterways of this unique tropical island, complementing this diving adventure with unforgettable memories.

Tubiculo copetulo buceo en Coiba
     Includes:
  • Coach transportation Panama City - Puerto Mutis - Panama City.
  • Live aboard M/V Yemaya. 7 nights accommodations.
  • 3 meals per day, snacks, non-alcoholic beverages
  • Divemaster service.
  • Action-packed diving with three (3) to four (4) dives per day.   
  • Kayaks on board.
  • All land trips during expedition.
 
     Does not include:
  • International transportation.
  • Ground transfers from the airport to the hotel in Panama City.
  • Hotel accommodations in Panama City.
  • Meals ashore before and after the cruise.    
  • Travel and dive insurance.    
  • Dive equipment rental.
  • Nitrox fills package (USD $100 per person per expedition).
  • Additional private tours  (Panama Canal) 
  • Onboard telecommunications.
  • Onboard alcoholic beverages, which are available for purchase at very reasonable prices.
  • Coiba National Park fees.
  • Crew gratuities: gratuities are customary in the diving industry. We suggest leaving a tip of 10% to 15% of the expedition fee at the end of your trip if you were satisfied with the service of the crew.  
Fuel Surcharge 

- There will be a fuel surcharge of USD$100 if the oil prices (Brent Oil) reach USD $100/barrel;
- A fuel surcharge of USD$160 if the oil prices reach USD$120/barrel;
- A surcharge of USD$220 if the oil prices reach USD$140/barrel. 


This surcharge will be communicated to you a minimum of 15 days prior to departure of the expedition and will be collected onboard or in Panama city by our Yemaya staff. 
    

Cabins

(based on double occupancy)

Cost per person

USD$

Standard / shared bathroom

$2,450

Standard / private bathroom

$2,760

Master Suite 2

$2,975

Master Suite 1

$3,080

Yemaya live aboard

Learn more about this trip and the boat in which we operate. Visit Coiba Dive Expeditions.


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