A completely different experience, where your buoyancy changes, the water can be colder, and your visibility may be lower.
The Caribbean offers warm and calm waters with plenty to learn about the Caribbean region and culture. We can find turtles, rays, sharks, crustaceans, colorful Caribbean fish, coral sponges, sea cucumbers, lionfish, among others.
Isla del Caño… WOW! Without a doubt, it is one of the most magical places our country has to offer. This biological reserve can surprise us with oceanic manta rays.
This area of the central Pacific offers volcanic rock reefs, coral gardens, schools of fish, rays, eels, turtles, white-tip sharks.
An excellent alternative as it is close to San Jose It offers calm dives, departing from the coast at Playa Manta or Playa Blanca.
We get excited about planning a tour in Catalinas by just hearing the name, undoubtedly a place full of life and highly varied throughout the year.
Playas del Coco is available year-round, but offers the best visibility from May to November. It has a great variety of dive sites—almost 30—, among which Sorpresas, Punta Argentina, Tortuga, Corridas, Punta Gorda stand out, and other lesser-known sites such as Palmares and Punta Ballena. Here we can find turtles, schools of fish, rays, octopuses, nudibranchs, white tip sharks, nurse sharks, stonefish and beautiful rock formations.
The best time to go is from May to September/November. Its main dive sites are Gran Susto, Bajo Negro and Los Arcos. The main attraction is the bull sharks, which may be accompanied by manta rays if you’re lucky. In addition, you can see octopuses, rays, different types of eels, and beautiful corals.