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Isla Mamey
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Isla Mamey

Isla Mamey is an uninhabited island located in the Gulf of Chiriqui in Panama. It is situated between Isla Parida and Isla Montuosa and is part of the Pearl Islands archipelago. The island is approximately 1.3 kilometers (0.8 miles) long and 0.8 kilometers (0.5 miles) wide. It is surrounded by coral reefs and has a variety of marine life.

Isla Mamey is known for its white sand beaches and crystal clear waters. It is a popular spot for snorkeling, swimming, and fishing. There are also several small coves and bays where visitors can relax and take in the beautiful scenery.

Historically, Isla Mamey was an important stop for the Spanish during their conquest of the New World. In 1514, Vasco Nuñez de Balboa landed on the island and named it “Isla Mamey” after the indigenous people who lived there. During the colonial period, Isla Mamey was used as a base for the Spanish Navy.

In the 19th century, Isla Mamey was home to a thriving pearl industry. The island was also used as a hideout by pirates and smugglers.

Today, Isla Mamey is a popular destination for tourists. It is part of the Chiriquí National Marine Park, which is managed by the Panama Ministry of Environment. The island is also home to several species of birds and other wildlife.

Isla Mamey is an ideal destination for travelers looking for a peaceful and relaxing experience. With its pristine beaches, crystal clear waters, and abundant wildlife, it is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Excursion tips for a day in Isla Mamey

As a tourist in Isla Mamey, Panama, there are plenty of activities to experience in a single day. Here are some of the top things to do in Isla Mamey:

1. Take a boat ride to the island and explore its lush mangroves, sandy beaches, and calm waters.
2. Visit the island's wildlife refuge and observe the native species of birds, reptiles, and mammals in their natural habitat.
3. Snorkel or dive in the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean Sea and explore the vibrant coral reefs.
4. Take a guided tour of the island's historical sites, including the ruins of a Spanish fort and the remains of an old sugar mill.
5. Enjoy a traditional Panamanian meal of fresh seafood and tropical fruits.
6. Relax on one of the island's many pristine beaches and soak up the sunshine.
7. Go kayaking or paddleboarding and explore the island's hidden coves and bays.
8. Take a hike through the lush tropical forest and admire the diverse array of flora and fauna.
9. Visit the island's artisan market and purchase locally made crafts and souvenirs.
10. Explore the island's nightlife and visit its lively bars and restaurants.

Experience Isla Mamey with unforgettable activities by our partner GetYourGuide. The offer is also ideal as a special gift idea for family and friends who are planning to visit Isla Mamey. Cancellations are possible up to 24h before the start of the activity (unless otherwise stated in the activity description), with a full refund of the booking price.

The climate in Isla Mamey

Isla Mamey in Panama has a tropical climate, with warm temperatures and high humidity year-round. The rainy season runs from April to December, with the heaviest rainfall occurring from May to November. During the dry season, from December to April, temperatures are slightly cooler and humidity levels are lower. In general, temperatures range from the mid-70s to the mid-80s Fahrenheit throughout the year. The climate is generally humid and hot, although the island can experience strong winds and occasional tropical storms.

Cruise weather for Isla Mamey

Our weather forecast for Isla Mamey helps plan your stay according to the weather. For sunny days, pack light and breathable clothes, swimwear, and sunscreen. For winter weather, it's recommended to bring warm clothes, gloves, a hat, sturdy footwear, and a raincoat.

Date Icon Temperature Wind speed/gusts Cloudiness/Visibility Air humidity/pressure Sunrise/Sunset
Jul. 25th 2024 Jul. 25th 2024 max: 28.1 °C
min: 23.3 °C
5.8 m/s
9.0 m/s
96.6 %
19.1 m
90.4 %
1,012 hPa
Jul. 26th 2024 Jul. 26th 2024 max: 27.5 °C
min: 23.2 °C
5.0 m/s
6.8 m/s
88.5 %
17.1 m
91.9 %
1,011 hPa
Jul. 27th 2024 Jul. 27th 2024 max: 26.7 °C
min: 23 °C
7.9 m/s
13.3 m/s
94.2 %
20.3 m
92.4 %
1,011 hPa
Jul. 28th 2024 Jul. 28th 2024 max: 26.1 °C
min: 22.9 °C
6.8 m/s
13.3 m/s
94.8 %
20.2 m
93.4 %
1,012 hPa
Jul. 29th 2024 Jul. 29th 2024 max: 26.9 °C
min: 24.1 °C
10.8 m/s
28.4 m/s
98.8 %
21.3 m
91.8 %
1,011 hPa
Jul. 30th 2024 Jul. 30th 2024 max: 28.0 °C
min: 24.1 °C
10.1 m/s
16.6 m/s
93.9 %
22.2 m
90.1 %
1,010 hPa
Jul. 31st 2024 Jul. 31st 2024 max: 27.6 °C
min: 23.3 °C
5.0 m/s
7.6 m/s
77.3 %
20.8 m
91.4 %
1,011 hPa
Aug. 1st 2024 Aug. 1st 2024 max: 29.3 °C
min: 23.5 °C
9.4 m/s
9.4 m/s
96.0 %
22.2 m
88.2 %
1,011 hPa
Aug. 2nd 2024 Aug. 2nd 2024 max: 27.1 °C
min: 22.8 °C
6.5 m/s
10.9 m/s
99.3 %
19.1 m
91.4 %
1,011 hPa
Aug. 3rd 2024 Aug. 3rd 2024 max: 25.2 °C
min: 22.5 °C
6.5 m/s
11.9 m/s
100.0 %
21.6 m
91.4 %
1,012 hPa
Aug. 4th 2024 Aug. 4th 2024 max: 28.9 °C
min: 22.8 °C
10.1 m/s
11.2 m/s
85.8 %
23.3 m
83.7 %
1,011 hPa
Aug. 5th 2024 Aug. 5th 2024 max: 26.7 °C
min: 23.3 °C
7.6 m/s
12.8 m/s
96.4 %
22.3 m
91.1 %
1,011 hPa
Aug. 6th 2024 Aug. 6th 2024 max: 25.8 °C
min: 22.9 °C
7.6 m/s
14.8 m/s
98.1 %
23.5 m
93.1 %
1,011 hPa
Aug. 7th 2024 Aug. 7th 2024 max: 28.0 °C
min: 22.5 °C
7.9 m/s
8.6 m/s
79.9 %
23.8 m
87.6 %
1,011 hPa

Cruises to Isla Mamey

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Scheduled ship calls in Isla Mamey, Panama
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