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Playing in the Surge in Ocotal, Costa Rica

Playing in the Surge in Ocotal, Costa Rica

Hola Amigos Hoping that this video finds you all doing well. Since the pandemic COVID-19 began...Costa Rica's borders, beaches, national parks and public places were closed. However when the president of Costa Rica finally opened the beaches this May 2020 (from 5am to...

There’s a Shark…But Look There is a Seahorse

There’s a Shark…But Look There is a Seahorse

After you scuba dive in a place for a while...You get to know the animals that like to hang out there. In this one area at one of our local dive sites, Punta Ballena, it is common to see white-tip reef sharks, turtles, southern stingrays AND seahorses. It is a prime...

Ball of Grunts at Arco Iris (Rainbow)

Ball of Grunts at Arco Iris (Rainbow)

Arco Iris (Rainbow) is one of my favorite dive sites in the Catalina Islands area on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. As you come over the top of the rock and see the beautiful sand channel, then part of the rock separates and you see that it is a school of grunts and...

Half Moon Jelly Bloop Bloop Bloop

Half Moon Jelly Bloop Bloop Bloop

Hola Amigos Here is a video of a half moon jelly blooping to the surface. I think it was escaping the cortez angel fish that was hoping to eat it. These are one of my favorite jellies....They do not sting and sometimes there are so many...you have to move them out of...

Playing in the Chimney at Los Arcos

Playing in the Chimney at Los Arcos

I believe that Scuba diving is one of the best activities you can do. It can be full of surprise and adventure...while it is also relaxing and calming....When I am under the water...it is therapy and nourishment for my sole. I took this video January 29th, 2020 at Los...

Nurse Shark at Los Arcos

Nurse Shark at Los Arcos

Los Arcos is a beautiful advanced dive site situated at the beginning of the Gulf of Papagayo, Costa Rica, and is part of our Bat Islands (Isla Murcielagos) dive package. There are three underwater arches at this site and are full of life due to the currents passing...

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