During your tour
What to do in Iguana Island?
Press the icon that represents the activity you want to perform
Open the detailed map of the island
The regulations that rules human activities prohibit the following:
Take the trash away, leave us just bubbles.
Don't walk on the coral.
Each footstep opens a hole in the reef that will take the coral about 5 years to rebuild.
Pets are prohibited on the island.
On the island they behave like predators and even when they are playing, they can kill crabs, iguanas and other fauna.
Don't take souvenirs, even the shells and sand are protected.
Environmental education technique to show the public why they should not take anything from Isla Iguana.
LEAVE US ONLY BUBBLES,
TAKE ONLY THE GARBAGE.
Filmed on March 11, 2004.
Keynote Conference for the Inauguration of the Isla Iguana Exhibition, at the University of Las Tablas.
Posted on 5-June-2020
Do not touch the corals or fish
During your land tour, touch only what your guide allows.
Ask your skipper not to drop anchor on the coral.
Environmental game to demonstrate to the public the impacts produced by an anchor or walking on the coral.
Filmed during the Isla Iguana Management Workshops, execution of the FOIAMBI project, in 2003.
Only emergency mechanics are allowed on the island.
Maintenance mechanics or what can be expected must be carried out on the mainland to avoid generating hazardous waste and spills that affect the beaches, the coral and all marine life.
In the Wildlife Refuge only sport fishing is allowed outside coral areas. Commercial fishing and capturing fish or corals for fish tanks are prohibited.