Snorkeling at Marino Ballena National Park

The tour includes

  • Boat transportation
  • Entrance fee to the National Park
  • Experienced captain
  • Bilingual guide (Spanish / English)
  • Safety equipment
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Water
  • Fruits
  • Insurance
  • COVID-19 protocols

Rate: $75 Adults / $40 kids from 4 to 8 years old / $70 Students
(the identification of the University, College or School must be presented at the Office, with its respective photo, stamp and signature)

SKU: SnorkelingMBNP Category:

Description

Enjoy the first Costa Rican protected wild area created exclusively for its marine resources. The Marino Ballena National Park also has 17 types of corals where host different marine species, currently working to protect and maintain the growth of these corals. During the summer season (December-April) and at low tide (consult before booking), it is possible to snorkel in 2 different sectors of the National Park to observe and enjoy the species around the marine area.

 


 

Highligts

 

The meeting point is in our offices located 400 meters before the main entrance of the Marino Ballena National Park which are properly labeled and identified, as soon you get to the office protocol of wash hands and desinfection is the first step .Once the registration process is done, our guide will give you a previous safety talk for the tour and important aspects about the tour, there will be a 5-minute walk to the main entrance of the Punta Uvita sector National Park where you will be given the entrance tickets. Right in this sector the boat will be boarded that will take us to the different points for the practice of snorkeling. This tour will allow you to enjoy the coral reefs that this National Park houses and as well as the different species and marine fauna that can be observed, two snorkeling times will be carried out with an approximate duration of 2.5 hours in the two points to be carried out that are the sector of Isla Ballena (which additionally has the characteristic of hosting different species of birds such as the White Ibis and Brown Bobbies) and the sector of the Tombolo or famously known as the natural whale tail formation.

Important fact is that due to the protection of corals the use of frog legs or slippers is not allowed.


Time Departure

In Low Tide. (Check before making the Reservation)

The tour includes

  • Boat transportation
  • Entrance fee to the National Park
  • Experienced captain
  • Bilingual guide (Spanish / English)
  • Safety equipment
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Water
  • Fruits
  • Insurance
  • COVID-19 protocols

Recommendations

  • Bring sun cream
  • Sunglasses
  • Hat
  • Extra water
  • Bath suit
  • Sandals
  • Snacks
  • Extra clothe to change it at the end of the tour
  • Towel

Prices

  • $75 Adults
  • $40 kids from 4 to 8 years old
  • $70 Students (the identification of the University, College or School must be presented at the Office, with its respective photo, stamp and signature)

Minimun 5 passengers and maximum 15 passengers

*Ask for join with more groups in case of dont be the minimum quantity of passengers*

 

     ***PRIVATE TOUR OPTION AVAILABLE***