Known for its historic forts and the UNESCO-designated San Jerónimo Fort and Castle of Santiago de la Gloria, it's a wonderful place for history buffs. Also, the unique religious tradition of the Black Christ festival is celebrated here.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this park is a must-visit for nature and wildlife enthusiasts. Once a penal colony, it's now a paradise for divers, offering one of the largest coral reefs on the Pacific coast of the Americas.
This group of islands is known for their stunning beaches, lush rainforests, and rich biodiversity both on land and in the surrounding waters, which make it a great spot for snorkeling and scuba diving