Discover Osa, Costa Rica
Cano Island, Marino Ballena & Corcovado Tours
Explore Osa Peninsula
Whales & Dolphins in Marino Ballena National Park
Whale and Dolphin Watching in the Marino Ballena National Park, the first National Park created in Costa Rica to protect marine resources. Live the experience of seeing species such as Humpback Whales in 2 different seasons a year, the first season in summer from January to April and the second season in winter from July to November.
Guided Hike in Marino Ballena National Park
Marino Ballena National Park represents the first marine park in Central America created to protect marine resources including 17 coral species. But, the National Park also has a great variety of wildlife on land such as shorebirds, mammals, and of course, a huge variety of lush flora species including mangrove forests and several endemic species
Marine Stations – Marino Ballena National Park
A guided tour into Marino Ballena National Park, the first national park created in Costa Rica to protect the marine resources, is one of the best places in the world for whale watching according to National Geographic. Marino Ballena National Park protects more than 13,000 acres of ocean and 9 miles of coastline.
Corcovado National Park Day Tour
If you are willing to live a wild experience and feel nature in all its glory join us in this fantastic tour. Corcovado National Park is the largest protected area in the country that shelters one of the last remnants of primary forest on the Pacific coast of the entire American continent.
Snorkeling Caño Island Biological Reserve
Caño Island is a spectacular Biological Reserve of Costa Rica and, although wildlife is scarce in terms of fauna, the real beauty of the island is not found on the surface but underwater. The island has one of the largest and best-maintained coral reef formations on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, making it one of the best diving and snorkeling spots in the country.
Terraba-Sierpe Mangrove Tour
In this wonderful adventure, we will visit the Térraba -Sierpre National Wetland. This area has a great biological variety and an incalculable cultural heritage. It is represented by a forest ecosystem, which is periodically flooded by tidal action and comprises the largest and most important mangrove forests in Costa Rica.
Whether you decide to go on a half-day tour or a full day, our sportfishing tour has an excellent reputation for a successful catch.
The South Pacific Coast of Costa Rica is an excellent destination for nature lovers, whale watchers, but also an excellent destination for fishermen. The waters are prolific with the favorite fish, such as Marlin and Swordfish, however, other species such as Mahi-Mahi, Tuna, Mackerel, Sea Bass, Horse Mackerel and other fighters are not left behind. Reserve your Private Sport Fishing and pay tribute to the “Whale Tail” when you go, then, for the biggest fish.