Isla Iguana is an island of the province of Los Santos that is part of the wildlife refuge of Isla Iguana. The island is composed of basalt rocks intruded, product of submarine volcanic eruptions. It was declare protected area in 1981 and it attracts scientists, biologists and tourists. Furthermore, The Island is the home to some 5000 frigate birds that can be seen flying over it.
In their cost we can fine one of the principal coral reefs in the pacific of Azuero. And the result of it is that the sand of the beach is white, product of the erosion of the coral skeleton and inhabited by a wide variety of invertebrates, especially crabs.
One of the most important characteristic of Isla Iguana, It is the permanent presence or migratory cetaceans such as the humpback whale, although there are also frequent the dolphins, including the Pacific spotted dolphin (Stenella attenuata) and the bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus).