Isla Cañas National Park is located in Tonosí, Los Santos province, south of the Azuero Peninsula on the Pacific coast, covering an area of 2,200 hectares. The park protects large mangrove ecosystems that provide habitat for different marine species and birds, beaches where turtles find suitable sand on which to create a nest and we can find a large variety of bird species a delight for the birdwatchers. There are hiking trails on the island and boat rides are a good way to tour the area, try to ask for a boat to hire at the little village next to the park called Cañas. The main attraction there as mentioned are the nocturnal arrival of the sea turtles. Ask also in Tonosi at the ANAM office for details about the park.
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