Catamaran Island Adventure
Soak Up the Sun, Snorkel & Enjoy the Views of the Pacific Ocean
The Ocean King Catamaran boat trip is a wonderful way to spend a few hours out at sea enjoying the beautiful Pacific Ocean, soaking up the sun and snorkeling in the crystal waters. This is a perfect excursion for families, couples and friends looking for some adventurous fun out at sea!
You will be picked up from your hotel and driven down to the Pez Vela Marine in Quepos, a 20 minute drive away from most hotels in the Manuel Antonio area. Here, you will board the Ocean King Catamaran, a 100 foot long boat with 2 floors offering ample room for you to find your own private space for you and your group! On board you will find 2 Jacuzzi’s (each one fits up to 8 people), 2 giant trampolines, 2 slides and a large bar area.
Enjoy the live music as you glide through the Pacific ocean. Spend some time snorkelling and spotting the tropical fish, sunbathe on the deck and enjoy the boats wonderful amenities. The crew on board are lovely and will come around offering you drinks and snacks.
Enjoy a wonderful buffet lunch or dinner of a range of salads, rice, vegetables, meat and fish (vegetarian options are also available). Look out for the dolphins and enjoy the stunning views of Manuel Antonio National Park from the ocean.
Your tour includes: Drinks, cocktails, lunch or dinner, fruits, snacks, snorkelling gear
What to bring: Swimming suit, towel, sandals, sunblock, sun glasses, camera, hat
*Prices reflect current low season rates and are subject to change. The price you are quoted by our sales representatives will be 100% accurate based on the exact time of your inquiry. Price is per person, double occupancy accommodation and includes: all taxes, domestic transportation, tours and hotels. Price does not include international airfare, optional travel insurance, or credit card payment service fee.
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