The Las Perlas Archipelago in Panama is known for its exuberant natural beauty, its beautiful landscapes and extraordinary beaches with crystalline waters, visited by famous people from the cinema, royalty and the world of international entertainment.
Also for its incredible quantity and diversity of fish and marine species, this archipelago is considered one of the best sport fishing spots in the world. It is also recognized for being a site for whale watching and turtle nesting. The island of Pedro González has the most important nesting site for brown pelicans on the continent.
In the middle of this archipelago made up of 39 islands and 100 islets, is the 40-hectare island of San Miguel with 3 kilometers of mostly virgin beach, surrounded by a beautiful sea and beautiful vegetation characteristic of this area.