Located 20 minutes by boat from Drake Bay, or 80 minutes from Uvita, Isla de Caño is fairly small, but covered in lush jungle. Apparently it was a popular spot for pirates and other sailors to stop to get fresh water, wish is plentiful here year round despite its flat profile and small size.
The park system limits the number of divers allowed here every day, and each must be registered in advance by the dive companies who take people here.
Scuba here is truly remarkable. Normally with very clear water and many very large fish, sharks, and mantas. The rocky reefs are also home to at least two giant 500-800 pound groupers who are friendly with divers, and you’ll be able to get right next to them.
There are also many dense schools of medium sized fish that are thrilling to swim among.