Caño Island National Park is the most exciting and beautiful place of the South Pacific Coast of Costa Rica for scuba diving and snorkeling. It offers five dive sites some with rock pinnacles and arches. Even during the boat ride to the island (60 min), you will be able to see a great variety of marine life, like dolphins, turtles, and humpback whales (from July to October)
Departure: 8:00 am
Estimated time: 8 hours (8:00 am to 4:00 pm)
Meeting point: Leaving from Sierpe (1hr. driving south from Uvita)
Requirements: Must know how to swim.
Includes: Bilingual guide, boat transportation, park entrance fee, equipment, bottled water and lunch.
Price: From Sierpe: $100. plus taxes
Optional: Ground transportation for additional U$20 roundtrip from Dominical, Uvita, or Ojochal
Available transfer From Manuel Antonio - Sierpe and return picking up at 5:45 am. U$30 per person ( minimnun 2 people)
IMPORTANT : Due COVID regulations: Visitors are not allowed to stay at the beach, either use the trails, only snorkel/dive from the boat as usual, there is an alternative beach for lunch and facilities.
- Shuttle Pick up location
- Do you have extra luggage
- Osa Peninsula (CR)
The boat leaves from Sierpe at 8:00 am. From there the boat passes through the mangrove channels to reach the sea and the island, which will take approximately 45 minutes. The guide chooses two places to snorkel from the boat and you will snorkel for about 45 minutes in each place, depending on the weather conditions.
After the snorkeling the boat is heading to a nearby beach to serve you a picnic lunch. Later it returns to Sierpe arriving approximately at 4 in the afternoon.