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Pearl Islands

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Tropical Paradise

The Pearl Islands of Panama is an archipelago that covers around 250 small islands, mostly uninhabited. The Spanish Conquistadors discovered the islands in 1503 and gave the Islands its name due to the great amounts of pearls found on them.

Contadora Island is the most famous for tourist, it offers great resorts, hotels and an Airport, is located less than 2 hours away by ferry from the city.

Another recommended islands are Isla Saboga or Taboga being the closest one from the City (30 minutes away by ferry). The Islands offer spectacular white sand beaches, scuba diving, marine life (whale watching) and delicate ecosystems.

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