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Costa Rica Dive Report

Orcas, Molas and Whale Sharks OH MY!! Arguably, some of the world’s best diving can be found in one of its smallest countries! The past few months Costa Rica has had some great diving. 2019 has been the year of the BIG STUFF. Multiple pelagic sightings include Orcas, Mola Mola, Whale Sharks, Humpback Whales, Pilot Whales, Giant Pacific Manta Rays, plus schools of Cow Nose Rays, Mobula Rays and spotted eagle rays.

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$135
2 Tank Dive to Catalina Island

This archipelago of around 20 small islands and provides diving and frequent encounters with giant Pacific Manta rays, southern stingrays, eagle rays, devil rays, cow-nosed rays, sea turtles and white-tip sharks.

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$150
2 Tank Dive – Dreams Las Mareas

We will meet you at the beach to head out to one of many dive sites in the Jobo area.
Single Diver? Our dive trips require 2 divers minimum to book.
Please contact our dive specialist to book your trip if you are a single diver. Add $30

*Prices do not included 13% tax (added at checkout)

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$95
2 Tank Dive – Flamingo, Conchal

Scuba Divers diving from Playa Flamingo, Tamarindo or the Gulf of Papagayo will get the chancec to dive at Catalina Island.

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$110
2 Tank Dive – Tamarindo

Scuba Divers diving from Tamarindo will enjoy exploring the underwater volcanic pinnacles just offshore near Playa Flamingo and Catalina Islands.
Price does not include taxes.
Taxes applied at checkout.

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$150
2 Tank Dive to Bat Islands

Bat Islands Long Range Dive Site – The murciélagos, commonly called “The Bats”, are dive sites famous for high-voltage adventure diving.

Please inquire for details on booking your Bat Islands trip and to check availability

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Where should you dive in Costa Rica? Land based dive resorts and liveaboards are both popular options in Costa Rica.…

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Costa Rica Scuba Diving

Costa Rica Scuba Diving SIGHTED FEBRUARY 2019–Humpback whales, giant Pacific manta Rays, schooling fish, orcas, mola mola, blue marlin, pilot…

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