Whales & Dolphins-watching in Costa Rica

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In such a tiny country, you can experience amazing surprises on every shore. Costa Rica is a hot spot for whale watching, being Marino Ballena National Park the best place to discover these grand marine mammals. From large pods of bottlenosed, spotted or spinner dolphins to humpback whales, this tour is for all nature-lovers to enjoy.

The underwater reserve was actually named for the humpback whales that swim in its waters, located just at the south of the city of Dominical. Whale-watching season is particularly lively from August to October, and then from December to April.

There are tours that leave from Dominical and Quepos, only an hour away from the National Park itself. You can also make day-tours to the Marino Ballena National Park , Caño Island and Corcovado National Park

Don´t miss out on this incredible opportunity to swim with dolphins and go on snorkeling tours on Drake’s Bay.

More than 25 species of whales to whale watching

Find whales and several other species in these warm placid waters, where thousands of spotted and spinner dolphins have made this area their home. No where else can you see so many species in a 24-hour time range.

The southern portion of Puntarenas Province perhaps is the best place to see these majestic creatures.

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