Coco Islands Scuba Diving
Scuba diving in the uninhabited Cocos Island National Park should be on every divers bucket list. This world heritage site is located off Costa Rica’s Pacific coast and has a worldwide reputation for its deep waters and populations of large marine species such as rays, dolphins and hammerhead sharks.
Most of our all-inclusive trips to Coco Island last between 10 and 12 days, starting from your arrival at San José international airport. We take you to the port of Puntarenas where you board your boat for (in most cases) seven days of diving. In addition to the superb diving, we offer a shore excursion consisting of a hike to a waterfall where you can swim in the pristine waters at its base. The hikes are guided by a park ranger giving you the opportunity to learn about the unique fauna and flora of the island.
Duration: Between 10 and 12 days
Group Size: up to 22 people
Minimum Age: 18 Years
Food Provided: All meals
Provided: Transfers from the airport, Cruise ship, Accomodation on the boat every night, 3 meals a day, 3 dives a day, equipment, 1 excursion on the Island
What To Wear: Swimsuit, Sunblock, Sunglasses, hat
What To Bring: All personal items for 10 days offshore
Cancellation Policy: No refund, unless the company cancels the tour
Notes: Advance diving certificate required
There is no health center on the island, so it is essential to have health insurance that includes repatriation. A diving insurance is also required by all cruise ships. In addition, some boats require a special evacuation policy that costs about US $30.
It is forbidden to camp on the island.