2 nights in Sierpe ( beautiful location on wetlands and mangroves very close to the beach )
Electricity is power plant generated ( no A/C )
3 meals per day, ( Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Coffee and fruits) transport to and from Isla del Cano by boat
Snorkeling gear, guide
Entrance fees to Isla del Cano Reserve
Cano Island National Reserve is blessed with 2,900 hectares or 7,166 acres of territory that is protected.. It protects rainforest, beach, and coral reef habitats. There are Hiking trails on the island, but there is seemingly constant controversy with the ranger station and therefore, visitors should not count on being able to go on land. In any case the main attraction of the island is its marine life and visitors can take boat tours to the marine area of the refuge.
Isla Del Cano is home to over 19 species of coral in the waters surrounding the island. In these reefs live hundreds of species of fish and mollusks. Some of these species include, sting rays, moray eels, barracudas, tuna, giant snapper and grouper, white-tipped sharks, manta rays sailfish, marlin, needlefish, and many colorful reef fish. In addition there are often olive ridley sea turtles and migrating humpback whales, false orcas, pilot whales, and several species of dolphins
There are no overnight facilities on the Island.
Weather and What to bring
Cano Island is hot and Moist. Temperatures are usually in the 90s during the day and 70s at night. This island receives 4,000 mm or 157 inches of precipitation annually.
When visiting Cano Island we suggest packing a bathing suit, towel, shorts, tee shirts, hiking shoes, rain gear, sun block, and insect repellent.
For a full refund, cancel at least 72 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.