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Garifuna Cuisine in Chachuate
Real Island Life, Garifuna Style
Learn about the Garifuna island culture, and share what living on a remote island can be like here in Cayos Cochinos. The Garifuna have mastered the ways of the caribbean, and are eager to share their experiences!
Since 1994, the reefs of Cayos Cochinos have been officially protected as a key area of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System. Because of this, the corals are relatively un-touched by the outside world, allowing the fish species to grow exponentially.
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National Geographic writes, "The waters around this collection of coral cays are a marine biologist's dream: protected by the government, off-limits to commercial divers and fishermen, and busy with creatures that may not yet have names."
Pink Boas - Only in Cayos Cochinos
Take a guided jungle tour to hunt for the rare pink boa constrictors! Cayos Cochinos is the only place in the world to find this serpent species. A short hike into the lush island jungle quickly transforms your beach experience into an exploration into the unknown.
Diving Cayos Cochinos
Experience some of the best diving in the Caribbean, but in a place off the beaten path. Cayos Cochinos is rich in exquisite marine life and coral species. Several species of rays, dolphins, smaller fish species, eels, and the occasional whale shark can be found here.
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