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All Season Rates: $5,550

November 01, 2013 to October 31, 2014


Except Christmas, New Years & Easter Week

    - Accommodation aboard the vessel.
    - Diving, 4 dives per day.
    - Guided dives, at least one divemaster per group.
    - Compressed air tanks, weights and weight belts
    - Transfers San Jose /Puntarenas/San Jose (or airport).
    - All meals and snacks and non alcoholic beverages
    - Local beer and wine
  • Rates are per person / Double Occupancy and include all taxes
  • Baggage Limitations Pack lightly since you will be dressing for warm tropical weather. Airlines have baggage limitations that can affect divers and photographers. Domestic airlines limit passengers to two pieces of check-in luggage. International flights also have a two piece limit and a limit of 70 lbs. per bag. You will be charged for any extra bags or overweight luggage. Some airlines do not allow extra bags or overweight luggage during certain times of the year. At Customs there are no limitations on the personal equipment such as diving, camera and video equipment as well as computers that are for personal use. Gear to Bring With You You will need the following gear: 3-5 mm (1/8" to 3/16") wetsuit, mask, fins, snorkel, regulator with visible pressure gauge, a mandatory dive computer, buoyancy compensator, depth gauge, dive gloves, weight belt (without weights), dive knife, dive light, and dive watch. It is recommended that you mark each piece of gear with waterproof paint or tape. We suggest you put all or most of the above items in a carry-on bag. There is ample storage space for your diving equipment, including your own personal locker.

Isla del Coco

Cocos Island, located 600 km (approx. 320 nautical miles) off the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, is one of the most beautiful jewels in the Costa Rican National Park system. Of the principal islands of the Eastern Tropical Pacific (Cocos, Clipperton, Malpelo and Galapagos), it is the only one that receives sufficient rainfall to support a tropical rain forest. Since Cocos is an oceanic island, it has relatively few land species, some having their origin as far away as the Indian Ocean.

Escape to Cocos Island a lush, green uninhabited island resting 375 miles off Costa Ricas Pacific coast. Rocky pinnacles surrounding Cocos are beacons for big animals and big action. Schooling hammerheads, countless white-tip sharks, mantas, tuna and even whale sharks call Cocos home. Weather permitting, Guests are shuttled ashore to hike through the jungles of Cocos and swim in its many waterfalls.
Transfers from San Jose are provided on the day of departure.
An overnight stay is required in San Jose prior to the charter.