Discover the Basaltic Wonders of Isla Iguana
Isla Iguana is a stunning island formed by intrusive basaltic rocks resulting from underwater volcanic eruptions. It is also known for its permanent or migratory population of cetaceans such as humpback whales and dolphins. As you explore the island, you will be mesmerized by its pristine white sand beaches and its diverse wildlife. With around 5,000 frigatebirds soaring over the island, Isla Iguana is truly a paradise for bird enthusiasts.
Rampage 31 FT – Isla Iguana
Viking 50 FT – Isla Iguana
Stamas 39 FT – Isla Iguana
Contender 32 FT – Isla Iguana