Many people visit the Guanacaste region of Costa Rica to experience scuba diving or snorkeling in the incredibly rich waters of the north Pacific coast. Scuba diving trips leave every morning at 7.30am, with boats departing from Playa Flamingo. A short boat ride, with the chance to spot dolphins, turtles, and seasonally humpback whales takes you to the dive sites of the Catalina Islands.
A briefing from the professional dive crew informs you of the amazing variety of marine life that you may encounter on your dive-manta rays, stingrays, white tip and nurse sharks, eels, pufferfish, frog fish, nudibranchs and angel fish to name but a few. All dives are guided by a professional PADI divemaster or instructor, and refreshments are provided.
Boats return to Flamingo at approximately 12.30pm in time for lunch.
Transportation is also included both to and from the hotel.