Diving in Jinetes de Osa.
Price: US $895.00 per person Double Room*
Duration: 6 days / 5 nights
Transfers: San José-Drake Bay/Drake Bay- San José.
Lodging in Jinetes de Osa.
Meals: Breakfast-lunch and dinner.
Tours: 2 diving days (2 tank dive) 1 land excursion (hiking to waterfalls, or explorer the Corcovado National Park, or horseback riding on the beach or through the forest).
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Day 1. San José-Drake Bay
From San José, we board one of the daily flights to Palmar Sur for 40 minutes. A 20 minutes taxi ride through the plantations, leaves we at the banks of the Sierpe River where the boat will meet us for the ride down the jungle river. Lined with biologically-thriving mangrove forests, the Sierpe provides a chance to view some of the local inhabitants in their native settings-turtles, crocodiles, roseate spoonbills, to name just a few. We'll enter the Pacific from the mouth of the Sierpe, and then cross Drake Bay, after 2 unforgettable hours in the boat, we arrive at the Jinetes de Osa to enjoy a delicious lunch. We rest all the afternoon and night.
Lodging: Jinetes de Osa. Meals included: Lunch and dinner
Day 2, 3. Diving in the Pacific Ocean
After breakfast, enjoy world-class scuba diving with our professional instructors and dive masters. Diving in the clear waters of the Pacific Ocean and will bring you face to face with a variety of underwater marine life.
Lodging: Jinetes de Osa Meals included: Breakfast-lunch and dinner
Day 4. Land Tour
After breakfast you will enjoy the land tour that you choose.
Lodging: Jinetes de Osa. Meals included: Breakfast-lunch and dinner
Day 5. Leisure.
This is a free day you can do anything that you decided in this comfortable hotel in one of the most beautiful lowland tropical rain forest on earth.
Lodging: Jinetes de Osa Meals included: Breakfast-lunch and diner
Day 6. Departure to San José.
After breakfast we return to San José.
Meals included: Breakfast
DIVING IN MANUEL ANTONIO
2 Tank Local Dive in Manuel Antonio
The Manuel Antonio coastline with its 12 islands gives us the pick of numerous
dive sites. We have an abundant marine life with schools of Snapper, Jacks and
Barracuda, plus White Tip Reef Sharks, various rays & sea turtles. You will see
volcanic rock formations, with many varieties of hard and soft corals. Other
residents; Angel Fish, Moorish Idols, Parrot Fish, Puffer Fish, Octopus, Eels &
Crustaceans. Visibility ranges between 25 and 65 feet.
Manuel Antonio Park - 2 tank local dive
including PADI professional guide, full equipment and weights, drinks and snacks.
Durations 1/2 day, morning and afternoon dives.
DIVING IN BALLENA NATIONAL PARK
2 Tank Dive in Ballena National Park
An hour & 30 minute boat ride to the south brings you to the Ballena National
Marine Park which has the largest coral reef on the Pacific Coast of Central
America. The reef forms a crescent with various small islands and is home to
millions of reef fish. The Park is named after the Humpback Whales that migrate
here each year from December to April to mate before returning to the cold
waters to the north.
We will consider your experience, preferences and local conditions to guarantee
your enjoyment. All dives are guided by a PADI professional who has extensive
knowledge and experience at our dive sites so that you will see the most marine
life and underwater formations. Trips include local transport, guide, boat captain,
dive equipment, snacks & water.
. Ballena National Park - 2 tank dive
Duration 1 day