Cano Island Snorkel Full Day Tour

SNORKELING TOUR TO CAÑO ISLAND BIOLOGICAL RESERVE
Full Day Cano Island Snorkeling Tour
Cano Island Biological Reserve is located in the Pacific Ocean 15 km. off of the Osa Peninsula. The border of the island has white sandy beaches and a well protected in-shore reef makes it the best spot in Costa Rica for scuba diving and snorkeling. Normally there is great visibility, about 20 meters (65 ft), providing for clear sightings of the many species living in the island`s waters: fish, turtles, manta rays, dolphins and whales to name a few.  This Costa Rica National Park has a main trail that is well maintained, leading uphill into a pristine rainforest. 50 meter tall trees and Pre-Columbian tombs are scattered along the trail. This National Park was used by ancient indigenous peoples inhabiting the southern coastal area as a burial site. Many of Costa Rica`s mysterious spherical stones of varying sizes have been found on the island.

Snorkeling Tour Description  We depart early in the morning around 8am from Sierpe.  Get there from Dominical taking the Costanera Highway along the Pacific Ocean – about 75 minutes to Sierpe on easy paved highway.

*Tour out of Sierpe: We take a comfortable 75 minute boat ride through the largest area of mangrove swamps in Central America to Cano Island. The Mangroves are inhabited by crocodiles, snakes, four species of monkeys, and a great variety of birds. Once through the Sierpe River Mouth we`ll boat past two of the most scenic areas in the country, Drake Bay and the Marenco Biological Reserve. Along the beautiful coast we`ll keep an eye out for Dolphins as well as Humpback, Pilot and Killer Whales.   After arriving at the island we will snorkel for an hour in the crystal clear waters, followed by a tasty picnic lunch. We snorkel a second time and enjoy the beach

Departure Time from Sierpe: 8am Price: *$140
Private tours available at extra charge

What to Bring: Comfortable clothing, strap sandals, hiking or sneakers shoes, mosquito repellent, sunblock, sunglasses, raincoat or poncho, binoculars, camera, plastic bags, extra water bottle, dry clothes to change into, and a towel. And don’t forget your prescribed medicine if you take any.


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