Caño Island Biological Reserve
It is located in the Pacific Ocean, opposite the Corcovado National Park in the Osa Peninsula, approximately 15 hours out to sea from San Pedrillo and 20 km to the west of Drake. Created by the Law Nº 6215 on the 9th of March 1978. It has an extension of 200 hectares of land and 2.700 hectares of sea. The island is of great archeological importance, during Pre-Columbian times it was used as an indigenous cemetery. Entry for visitors to the island costs 6 US$ per person and 3.50 US$ per person a day to go scuba diving.