The Incredible Critters We See in The Sea

The incredible critters that we see while scuba diving in the Gulf of Papagayo is amazing...Really hard to decide what to post first. While on our safety stop we got to see these really cool clusters of chordates floating in the water. Chordates are in the tunicates...

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Cool Jellies

During March and April we have a chance to see these really cool jelly fish...They are in the family of the half moon jellies and do not sting. It is mesmerizing to watch them and sometimes they have little baby fish living in them, Many of the fish like to eat these...

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Happiness Is…

There are many definitions of happiness...One of them happens to be snorkeling with a whale shark. Pure happiness for this family...Out for a day of fishing in the Gulf of Papagayo, Costa Rica and luck was in their day when the eagle eyed captain and his mate spot the...

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Resident Seahorse at Los Meros

This seahorse has decided that Los Meros is a good home. Los Meros is one of our fun local dive sites that is located in the Bahia Culebra (Snake Bay) in the Gulf of Papagayo Costa Rica. Just a few minutes from Playa del Coco, Playa Hermosa and Four Seasons Papagayo....

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Mar Rojo a Phenomenal Experience

Mar Rojo or Red Tide...We have a bit of red tide going on right now in the Gulf of Papagayo, Costa Rica. Red Tide is a natural phenomenon. It is eerily beautiful. The water was clear for most of the dive and this cloud of red tide came in. It was really reddish orange...

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Bajo Negro’s Mystic Beauty

Bajo Negro (Black Rock) is one of our advanced dive sites at Bat Islands in the Santa Rosa National park. We normally do this as our third dive on the way back to Playa del Coco. I always feel like my day of adventures in the Gulf of Papagayo is not complete if we are...

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Magic at Los Arcos

Bat Islands is full of adventure. You know that you are approaching one of the arches when the ocean becomes an aquarium....Los Arcos is one of my favorite dive sites in the Santa Rosa national park. It is the furthest site that we visit at Bat Islands. It is the...

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