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Our first snorkeling experience was at the San Blas Islands. We circum-snorkeled an entire island and got some wonderful pictures of spectacular corals and other marine life below.

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The little island where we snorkeled had this nice shower arrangement.

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Our second snorkeling experience was at Bocas del Toro.

 

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The final snorkeling was in the Pacific. From our location on the Osa Peninsula, we took a boat to the Caņo Island (visible in the left picture) and snorkeled there. On the way out, cetaceans played around the boat. We were told that they were not regular dolphins but belonged to the orca family.

 

At the snorkeling location, there were few corals but more colored fish.

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The end.

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