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Two-Tank Dive at Caño Island

Highlights
  • Scuba diving tour of Cano Island visits two dive sites
  • All equipment is included for guaranteed quality
  • Opportunities to see tropical marine life in the wild
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Two-Tank Dive at Caño Island
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Two-Tank Dive at Caño Island
US$135.00
Overview
Visit two easy tank dive sites during this scuba tour of Cano Island, Costa Rica. Sites are suitable to all qualification depths and include all equipment—plus the benefit of pre-planned navigation—so you can better enjoy the opportunities to see wildlife like turtles, stingrays, and sharks. Wrap up your tour with a picturesque picnic on the beach.
What to Expect
The journey begins with one hour boat ride to Isla del Caño. Once there, you will go on 2 dives in different marine areas around Caño Island, each dive is about 45 minutes. Between the first and the second dive, there will be a stop at Caño Island. Later, the ship heads to San Josecito beach for a picnic. After lunch you will travel back to Drake Bay.

The dives are easy and suitable to all the qualifications depths. All equipment will be provided.
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Reviewed 25 May 2018 via mobile
Do not dive with Drake Divers

Very unfriendly staff, they didn’t even say hello when we walked into the dive shop in the morning. I’ve gone diving all over the world and this is by far the worst dive shop I’ve ever experienced. Save the money and do another trip in...More

1  Thank Storyteller472517
DRAKE D, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Drake Divers Costa Rica, responded to this reviewResponded 5 June 2018

Hello good afternoon. I doubt much what it says, if we are realistic, you enter through the door and we say good morning, or good afternoon. Why do not we say hello, how do we communicate? Maybe you need a different greeting. but surely ours...More

Reviewed 26 March 2018
Dive master

The dive master Eric didn't really care about his job and the customers even though that diving can be really dangerous. He didn't check on divers and did not help. I'm not very experienced what he new before. I was really lucky that I had...More

Thank Alexandra H
Reviewed 6 November 2017
Great diving with Drake Divers

The first thing I will say is that this area of Costa Rica is remote and still somewhat tedious to get into and out of. It is unlike the more developed parts of the country (everything located north and up) and for that reason has...More

Thank Andiamo555
Reviewed 17 September 2017 via mobile
Very good trip

I did the snorkeling with guide Carol, she was very sweet. I felt completely safe (although we saw 3 whales) and enjoyed the trip very much! I would definetely do the trip again because of her. She saw a lot of fish, a turtle, a...More

2  Thank lisavaneycken
Reviewed 13 July 2017
Not what I was hoping for

I had spent a lot of time and money to get to Drake's Bay and had asked before booking if we would go to the better dive areas like Devil's Pinnacle and Paradise but received a rather nonchalant response back. My daughter has a career...More

2  Thank Star S
DrakeDivers, General Manager at Drake Divers Costa Rica, responded to this reviewResponded 14 July 2017

Hello, good morning, first of all thank you for your opinion, Then we will answer your questions. In Bahia Drake, there are no docks, so all the boats approach from the beach, our boat in concrete the entrance of the passengers is right in the...More

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