2 Tank Scuba Dives at Catalina Islands

See a Whole New World in the Depths of the Ocean.



Rate per person $110

The Costa Rican Pacific coast is home to some of the most stunning scuba diving spots on the continent. It is the oldest and largest ocean in the world, so 75% of all the ocean fish on Earth are found in the Pacific Ocean; the variety of species is simply stunning. On this tour, you get to experience this world of underwater adventure for yourself.

Just 45 minutes offshore from Flamingo Beach lies one of the most exciting dive sites in Costa Rica—the mesmerizing Catalina Islands. It is an area where divers often find themselves surrounded by large schools of colorful fish, an abundance of manta rays and stingrays, and several species of sharks.

The unique rock formations provide a spectacular variety of marine life from Moorish idols and angelfish to jacks, snappers, grunts, octopus, and eels. The excitement is in knowing that you have an opportunity to see a large array of marine life on every dive.

There are several dive spots with depths ranging from 40 feet to more than 100 feet. Your PADI-certified dive masters will choose each site based on the day’s conditions. Visibility depends on the levels of plankton and nutrients in the water, as well as weather conditions. Typically, Pacific diving allows for visibility from 20 feet to 100 feet, with an average of approximately 45 feet.

Age limitation: 12+. Must be PADI certified to do the tour.

Features: Includes tanks, weights, masks, fins, and all other equipment. This tour includes two tank dives. Extra tanks can be added for a fee.

*Prices reflect the least expensive rates during low season and are subject to change at any time. You will receive a 100% accurate price when you inquire with us and share your travel dates. Final package pricing includes taxes, domestic transport, tours and lodging as described unless otherwise indicated. The package does NOT include international airfare or optional travel insurance or any other services not expressly mentioned.