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An excellent alternative as it is close to San Jose It offers calm dives, departing from the coast at Playa Manta or Playa Blanca.

Central Pacific – Herradura/Jacó

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 can find many nudibranchs, crabs, rays and small schools of fish. It is a good choice to start diving. The best time to go is between December and April.

Requirements:
For a Fun Dive Tour, you only need to have Adventure Diver or Open Water certification
If you still need to get certified or have doubts, ask us about our courses and DSDs

This tour includes:
Transportation from the beach to the diving spots, if applicable
Fully equipped boat for diving and emergency equipment such as a first aid kit and oxygen
Photos and videos of the tour
Snacks and drinks on the boat
Specialized guide in the area
Personalized assistance
Highly qualified DiveMasters/Staff
Tanks
Weights

Optional: rental of diving equipment

Reserve space

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