Dive in Pacific Coast

Diving packages in Pacific Coast

PADI SCUBA DIVER COURSE (SD)

The PADI Scuba Diver course. If you’re short on time but really want to become a diver, the PADI Scuba Diver rating might be right for you̶ particularly if you expect to go scuba diving primarily with a dive guide. This course is an intermediate step for earning an Open Water Diver certification, if that’s your ultimate goal. What will you learn? The PADI Scuba Diver course consists…

Fun dives - Catalina Island

3 dives full Safari at Catalina Island Our diving prices are full service prices, including: boat, captain, professional and bilingual guides, tanks, weights, snacks, fruits, beverages and fun!We take care of your diving equipment including transportation to and from the boat, set up, rinsing, storeing. Available for certified divers only. You'll reach the dive sites with one of our custom…

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course (AOW)

That’s what the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course is all about. You don’t have to be “advanced” to take it – it’s designed to advance your diving, so you can start right after earning your PADI Open Water Diver certification. The course helps build confidence and expand your scuba skills through different Adventure Dives. You try out different specialities…

Divemaster Internship

Join us for a complete dive master training for 3 months. Meet divers form all over the world, share experiences and make new friends Unlimited diving included and 4 PADI specialties plus DIfe for Live: FREE diving for ever :) contact us for more details

PADI OPEN WATER DIVER COURSE (OW)

If you’ve always wanted to take scuba diving lessons, experience unparalleled adventure and see the world beneath the waves, this is where it starts. Get your scuba diving certification with the PADI Open Water Diver course – the world’s most popular and widely recognized scuba course. Millions of people have learned to scuba dive and gone on to discover the wonders of the…

Diving in Pacific Coast

One of the best things about diving off the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica is encounters with the big stuff!  It's not unusual to see whales and dolphins on the trip out to your dive site, you might even get to see them while you're diving!

The diving off Playa del Coco in Guanacaste offers a vast number of options including the Catalina Islands, known for its hugs schools of fish, sharks and giant mantas.  The Bat Islands are also close but the season here is only from May to Sept and due to strong currents only recommended for experienced divers. Bull Sharks and mantas are common around the islands.

The striking volcanic landscape around the Manuel Antonio National Park allows for some great cavern diving, or exploring the few wrecks around Tortuga Island if that's more your interest.  Herradura also has some interesting sites in the bay and good for beginners.  

Visit the protected reserve around Caño Island, accessed from Drake Bay, with some of the best diving and clearest waters on the Pacific Coast.  Sea life is abundant so keep your eyes out for turtles, sharks, whale sharks, rays.  

You can spend weeks discovering the joys of diving the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, you might even capture that rare and wonderful photo of a whale jumping out of the water!  We can only dream, maybe yours will come true.

(By Kelly Luckman)

Sunset over Playa del Coco

Travel to Pacific Coast

The joys of the Pacific Coast region of Costa Rica are endless.  This magical piece of Central America holds natural beauty that will mesmorise you and make you wonder how you'll ever leave!

Fly into San Jose and bus your way around the country or hire a car to explore the coast more thoroughly.  Accommodation options range from all inclusive package holidays, to small hotels, beachfront bungalows and hostels and camping for the budget traveller.

Playa del Coco in Guanacaste is a good start, you can take a day trip to the Bat Islands or Catalina Islands for some great snorkelling.  Go searching for wildlife in the national parks around Drake Bay or an exciting game fishing trip from the port at Herradura.

The beaches at the Manuel Antonio National Park are some of the best in the country or hire a 4x4 and try to spot amazing wildlife like the sloth and rare Squirrel Monkey or spend the day at Tortuga Island off Puntarenas for kayaking, zip lining or just relaxing on the beach.

There's so much to see and do on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, you're spoilt for choice of activities to keep you busy on your adventures.

(By Kelly Luckman)

  • Manuel Antonio Beach

    Manuel Antonio Beach
  • Playa del Coco Sunset

    Playa del Coco Sunset
  • Sunset over Playa del Coco

    Sunset over Playa del Coco
  • Dive Boat Lady Blue

    Dive Boat Lady Blue
  • Manuel Antonio Beach

    Manuel Antonio Beach
  • White-tip Reef Shark

    White-tip Reef Shark
  • Drake Bay

    Drake Bay
  • Playa del Coco

    Playa del Coco
  • Diving at Bat Islands

    Diving at Bat Islands
  • Puntarenas

    Puntarenas
  • White Tip Reef Shark

    White Tip Reef Shark
  • Cano Island Diving

    Cano Island Diving
  • Guanacaste Beach

    Guanacaste Beach
  • Playa del Coco

    Playa del Coco
  • Catalina Islands

    Catalina Islands
  • Cano Island Diving

    Cano Island Diving
  • Cano Island Diving

    Cano Island Diving
  • Razor Surgeonfish

    Razor Surgeonfish
  • Isla Tortuga Beach

    Isla Tortuga Beach
  • Deep Blue dive shop

    Deep Blue dive shop
  • Jumping Devil Ray

    Jumping Devil Ray
  • Catalina Islands

    Catalina Islands
  • Sunrise at Drake's Bay

    Sunrise at Drake's Bay