"La naturaleza es nuestra inspiración".
DRAKE BAY - OSA PENINSULA - COSTA RICA
SCUBA DIVING AND SNORKELING
Whether you are certified diver (scuba diving) or not (discover scuba diving or snorkeling), Cano Island Biological Reserve is the perfectt place to start a wonderful trip into the depths or simply floating sourranded by colorful reef fish, turtles, barracudas, jacks, harmless reff sharks or even dolphins.
Discover just 45 min by boat from Drake an amazing colorful underwater world.
In addition, from July to November the posibilities to see humpbak whales are fairly high.
NEW! ASK FOR A PRIVATE GUIDE FOR SCUBA DIVING!
Recommended equipment: Sunscreen, swimsuit, camera, (raincoat and plastic bags in rainy season).
Includes: Certified naturalist guide/Dive master, transport, 2 dives, full equipment, entrance fee, juices, fruit.
Max no. persons: 8 scuba diving and 12 snorkeling.
SCUBA DIVING 155$ p.p. NEW! DIVE WITH PRIVATE INSTRUCTOR! 215$ p.p
DISCOVER SCUBA DIVING (no certified divers): 210$ p.p.
SNORKELING 95$ p.p
PADI DIVING COURSES - Looking to try scuba diving or improve your underwater skills?
PADI is the world's leading scuba diver training organization.
PADI Open Water Diver course, PADI Advanced OW Diver course, PADI Aware Shark Conservation Diver, PADI Rescue Diver.
WHALES AND DOLPHINS WATCHING TOUR
The Pacific south of Costa Rica, most especially the Osa Peninsula, Isla del Caño and surrounding area, is one of the world’s unique places distinguished by the fact that two distinct populations of humpback whales, come here to reproduce: those from the northern hemisphere (December-April) and those from the south (July-November),which makes sightings possible practically year-round. The best time is from July to November because the southern population is much more numerous and behaves more sociably, making the possibilities of sightings very high during this time.
In addition, the richly nutritious waters of the area attract the attention of various groups of the commonly seen resident spotted dolphins but also of bottle-nosed dolphins, rough-toothed dolphins and even huge groups of spinner dolphins in offshore waters.
Recommended equipment: Sunscreen, sun glasses, camera (raincoat and plastic bags in rainy season).
Includes: Certified naturalist guide, transport, fruit, water, cookies.
Max no. persons: 12. (Min 4).
110$ p.p (3h) or 135$ p.p (5h)