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A diving adventure blog in Guanacaste, Costa Rica...
And Then There Was a BIG Turtle

And Then There Was a BIG Turtle

Diving along...enjoying the eagle rays and schools of fish...Then from out of the blue we see a huge Olive Ridley turtle swimming towards us. Happiness is Scuba Diving! The Gulf of Papagayo in Costa Rica has many awesome sites to choose from. This one was at...

Diving the National Geographic Life

Diving the National Geographic Life

Scuba Diving the National Geographic Life Diving in the Gulf of Papagayo. This female southern stingray is going to have some babies soon...The gestation period is 135-226 days. We saw the males chasing the females during November and December...Like sharks...The male...

Shark Alley…My Happy Space

Shark Alley…My Happy Space

I love diving Shark Alley, La Pared at Catalina Islands Costa Rica. The water was super beautiful yesterday, January 20th, 2019. I love looking up and see the waves crashing down...the water became white with cloud of bubbles...it was hard to see the sharks...but they...

Out of My Way…I Need a Cleaning

Out of My Way…I Need a Cleaning

I about snarfed up my regulator when this big southern stingray decided to swoop by...She was so preoccupied with getting her turn at the cleaning station....she did not give a hoot that I was there... Pretty awesome. This is why I LOVE the scuba diving in the Gulf of...

Curious Pickle Puffer

Curious Pickle Puffer

I don't know why this type of puffer fish reminds me of a pickle...But they do...So it is a pickle puffer fish. This one was very curious about us and followed us for most of the dive...Swimming right up to our face...LOL! Scuba diving in the Gulf of Papagayo, Costa...

Discover Scuba and Discover Adventure

Discover Scuba and Discover Adventure

Discover Scuba and discover the adventures of your life. You never know what you are going to see while scuba diving in the Gulf of Papagayo. This day we found several white-tip reef sharks resting in a sand bed at Punta Palmares dive site close to the Peninsula...

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