Dive in Guanacaste - Playa del Coco

    Islas Murciélagos - Grand… Islas Murciélagos (Bat Islands), Costa Rica

    Volcanic Rocks with massive bull sharks and manta rays
    Eagle Ray

    Cabeza de Mono (Monkey's Head) Guanacaste - Playa del Coco, Costa Rica

    A large rock jutting out of the ocean that resembles a monkey's head.Sand channels to explore, keep your eyes out for schools of rays passing by.
    Giant grouper

    Meros Guanacaste - Playa del Coco, Costa Rica

    A beautiful pinnacle full of marine life. Loads of nudibranchs to schools of grunts and the large giant groupers which this dive site was named after.Good for snorkelling too, you can see a sunken sailboat at 18 metres.

    Punta Argentina Guanacaste - Playa del Coco, Costa Rica

    A lot of tropical fish.Look through the rocks for frogfish and stingrays.Can sometime be a stong current

    Punta Gorda Guanacaste - Playa del Coco, Costa Rica

    A lot of coral and marine life.You can see a shark nursery in 6 metres of water.
    Moray Eels

    Sopresa Guanacaste - Playa del Coco, Costa Rica

    A deep dive with lots of fish that form a tornado to the surface. Many large moray eels,sometimes bigger than a man's leg!
    White Tip

    Tiburones Guanacaste - Playa del Coco, Costa Rica

    White-tipped reef sharks hang out on these submerged pinnacles. Stingrays lay in the sand, sometimes completely covered so be a detective and see if you can find them.

    Tortuga Guanacaste - Playa del Coco, Costa Rica

    A small wreck at 18 metres, then explore around a shark cave to spot the white tips napping.Dive through the sand channels and look for a variety of sea life.

    Virador Guanacaste - Playa del Coco, Costa Rica

    Explore the shark cave at (10m) and look for stingrays and white-tipped reef sharks sleeping at (22m). Huge schools of grunts, snapper, king angelfish, and sergeant majors.

    Catalina Islands Catalina Islands, Costa Rica

    The Catalina Island chain is a series of rocky outcrops, 2-8 miles from the coast. These islands are volcanic and sedimentary rising from a sandy bottom about 60 - 120 feet and are host to many species of marine life including the Giant Manta Rays, Stingrays, Sharks, Moray Eels, Barracudas, Sea…

    Sombreros Catalina Islands, Costa Rica

    Many good spots around the Island. Manta and Eagle Ray sightings common during season.
    Swooping Manta Rays

    La Pared (The Wall) Catalina Islands, Costa Rica

    Dive over shark channel and see the white-tipped reef sharks that call this area home.Drift past pinnacles to see the giant mantas, eagle rays, and schools of cow-nosed rays that visit the cleaning stations here. 
    White Tip Reef Shark

    La Punta (The Point) Catalina Islands, Costa Rica

    Cruise the area looking for giant mantas at the two big cleaning stations. You might see a white-tipped reef shark. Descend at the main island and drift with the current into deeper waters where the big fish are.

    Bajo Negro Islas Murciélagos (Bat Islands), Costa Rica

    Underwater pinnacle covered with coral. Circle the pinnicle and encounter big schools of fish and rays on the way up. You might also see a manta ray if you're lucky!
    Bull Shark

    Big Scare Islas Murciélagos (Bat Islands), Costa Rica

    Dive with the amazing bull sharks in season, this dive site is an adrenaline rush!

    Los Arcos Islas Murciélagos (Bat Islands), Costa Rica

    Los Arcos impresses before all for being the most extraordinary dive site of the Gulf of Papagayo for it's morphology with a steep rock which is pierced by 2 under-water arches. One of them is is just big enough for a diver and leads into a dome that opens to the sky with a chimney. The other being…