Menacing MorayWe ran across this jewel moray eel while diving the reefs around Caño Island. Because the island is a protected biological reserve and there's no fishing allowed in the area, the waters off Caño are absolutely teeming with marine life. There are around 15 different species of coral that cover the volcanic reefs, pinnacles and walls found just offshore. And you'll commonly find hordes of fish, eels, shark, and rays, along with spinner dolphins and even humpback whales congregating during the late summer months. For this reason, along with Cocos Island to the north, Caño Island is one of the most spectacular dive spot in all of Costa Rica.