Iguana Verde specializes in nature and adventure tourism.
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price to you. We base our service on personalized attention
before, during and after your visit to Costa Rica
and we offer a wide variety of choices.

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Phones: (506) 231-6803 | 709-8102
e-mail:  turtle@racsa.co.cr

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Diving at the Osa Peninsula (4 days & 3 nights)

Day 1.
Our representative will meet you at the Juan Santamaria International Airport
Day 2.
We will pick you up at your hotel and provide transportation to the airport, flight to Palmar, and then to Sierpe by boat. Lodging will be at the secluded Casa Corcovado Lodge, which is beautifully located near to Corcovado National Park and the Caño Island Biological Reserve.
Day 3.
This day you will have a full day of diving at Caño Island This location and selected Osa Peninsula coastal sites provide "unequalled parades of pelagic fish" (Skin diving Magazine). Clouds of fish literally block the sun's rays in the clear water as divers penetrate the fish schools. Brightly colored tropical fish, snapper, tuna, grouper, mackerel, jack, shark, triggerfish, barracuda, manta rays, eels, porcupine fish, sea urchins, octopus, lobster, sponges, sea cucumbers and other marine species can be seen. There are 15 or more types of stony coral species as well as the attendant coral eaters, starfish, molluscs, and hermit crabs. The terrain varies widely and includes 20 reefs, 50 underwater pinnacles, canyons, walls and caves. Visibility is good to excellent all year round and often marine life can be viewed 70' below the surface. Surface sightings include porpoises, Olive Ridley sea turtles, whale sharks, sea snakes and humpback whales. This coast is part of the large Rio Sierpe, Rio Terraba, Caño Island marine ecosystem. More than one hundred thousand acres of mangrove wetlands and one thousand miles of fresh and salt water rivers, estuaries and tributaries interact with the Pacific Ocean through tides. This provides for an incredible abundance of marine life. This area of the Pacific is south of the trade winds and therefore has gentle swells and breezes. Lodging at Casa Corcovado.

Day 4.
  Another day of diving at Caño Island Lodging at Casa Corcovado.

Day 5.
Return flight to San Jose.

Day 6.
Transfer to the International Airport

Net rates per person:
Low Season (May 1st - Aug. 30th)

$180 - single occupancy

$1,200 - double occupancy

High season (Jan. 5th - April 30th)

$200 - single occupancy

$1,250 - double occupancy

Includes:
Round trip transportation from international airport to San Jose; 2 nights lodging in San Jose, transfer to domestic airport, air transportation San Jose - Palmar Sur - San Jose, land transportation Palmar Sur - Sierpe -Palmar Sur, Boat transportation Sierpe - Casa Corcovado - Sierpe, three nights lodging at Casa Corcovado, Two days scuba diving (two tanks per day), Hiking in the trails, all meals.

     
 
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