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  • Tide Pool Treasures

    There are still undiscovered lands… It seems like every time I visit Isla Palenque, I discover a cove or lagoon that becomes my new “favorite place” on the island. Thanks to continual changes in tide and light, it’s virtually impossible to see the same sunset twice, and every day on the island feels entirely special and new.

    Bluff hiking, Isla Palenque

    A couple of weeks ago, I was doing a bit of “rock hiking” – a term coined by Amble Resorts’ Emily Kinskey to describe the mixture of hiking and rock climbing required to explore the more rugged parts of the island – right by the famed Isla Palenque blowhole. A little intrepid navigation brought me to a magical corner of the island which I promptly declared my new favorite: a rocky outcropping stretching far into the sparkling blue Pacific.

    If rock hiking sounds like your kind of adventure rather than something to avoid, you too can perch yourself on the edge of this stunning volcanic formation and enjoy the amazing view of the tide pools and incoming waves below, as I did in my last visit to this ever-surprising island.

    Tide pools, Isla Palenque, Panama

    With every rise and fall of the ocean, a new surge of marine life comes into view like a kaleidoscope shifting before your eyes. Vibrant red, electric blue, and mossy green flash by as schools of fish chase one another and dart through underwater mazes of plant life bursting from the vast tidal oases.

    During my first foray I crouched on a moss-covered rock, mesmerized by the scenic view, and was so enthralled that I didn’t even notice I had company. It wasn’t until a crab chose to sit directly on my leg that I realized I wasn’t the only one appreciating the show. It was a full-on Little Mermaid moment that made my discovery of this unique spot all the more enchanting. I tried to remain still so as not to disturb my companion.

    I wished I had one of our Isla Palenque wildlife guides at my side to identify what I was seeing. Was it a red snapper? A peacock bass? Or perhaps even a small black-tip shark?

    In my memory it’s chaotic wilderness, and sometimes it’s fun just to take in the splashes of color zooming by without trying to divert your eyes to a guidebook.

    It was an unforgettable first glance that will keep me coming back to see what new treasures the tide pools will reveal!

    Bluff hiking, Isla Palenque blowhole

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    6 Responses

    1. Kristen says:

      This sounds like so much fun! Love the Little Mermaid reference. haha.

    2. Laura Moller Laura says:

      Thanks for your comments, Jungle Guide. The fish were swimming right under one of one of our rocky coasts- so it may have been a Snapper! Thanks also for the correction, I guess I got a litle carried away naming colorful fish :). Hope we see you on Isla Palenque soon, and in the meantime I’ll stop searching the Pacific for Peacock bass!

    3. Rachel Rachel Kowalczyk says:

      This is why we need you on the island, Jungle Guide! Not just for tide pool fish identification – I’m sure you could also do some on-the-fly IDs in Isla Palenque’s 240-acre jungle preserve. Thanks for checking out Laura’s post on The Ambler and sharing your expertise!

    4. Jungle Guide says:

      Great article! I wonder where you saw the fish though, you don’t mention where it was swimming. Snapper generally like to hang out under rocks in reefs and stay close to the bottom. It very well could have been trolling the shallow pools.

      But peacock bass? Yikes, those are freshwater fish my friend, they couldn’t survive out in the pacific for too long…your guide would have gotten a kick out of that one 😉

    5. Laura Moller Laura says:

      You would love it Katherine! Just enough of an adrenaline rush, and amazing views that make the climb worth it!

    6. Katherine Egan says:

      Great post Laura – rock hiking sounds like my kind of adventure! And I love that a little crab just scuttled up alongside you!

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    Bluff hiking, Isla Palenque

    A couple of weeks ago, I was doing a bit of "rock hiking" - a term coined by Amble Resorts' Emily Kinskey to describe the mixture of hiking and rock climbing required to explore the more rugged parts of the island - right by the famed Isla Palenque blowhole. A little intrepid navigation brought me to a magical corner of the island which I promptly declared my new favorite: a rocky outcropping stretching far into the sparkling blue Pacific. If rock hiking sounds like your kind of adventure rather than something to avoid, you too can perch yourself on the edge of this stunning volcanic formation and enjoy the amazing view of the tide pools and incoming waves below, as I did in my last visit to this ever-surprising island. Tide pools, Isla Palenque, Panama With every rise and fall of the ocean, a new surge of marine life comes into view like a kaleidoscope shifting before your eyes. Vibrant red, electric blue, and mossy green flash by as schools of fish chase one another and dart through underwater mazes of plant life bursting from the vast tidal oases. During my first foray I crouched on a moss-covered rock, mesmerized by the scenic view, and was so enthralled that I didn’t even notice I had company. It wasn’t until a crab chose to sit directly on my leg that I realized I wasn’t the only one appreciating the show. It was a full-on Little Mermaid moment that made my discovery of this unique spot all the more enchanting. I tried to remain still so as not to disturb my companion. I wished I had one of our Isla Palenque wildlife guides at my side to identify what I was seeing. Was it a red snapper? A peacock bass? Or perhaps even a small black-tip shark? In my memory it's chaotic wilderness, and sometimes it's fun just to take in the splashes of color zooming by without trying to divert your eyes to a guidebook. It was an unforgettable first glance that will keep me coming back to see what new treasures the tide pools will reveal! Bluff hiking, Isla Palenque blowhole [post_title] => Tide Pool Treasures [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => tide-pool-treasures [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2012-08-29 13:43:50 [post_modified_gmt] => 2012-08-29 18:43:50 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => http://amble.com/ambler/?p=16330 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 6 [filter] => raw )

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