Where to get your first scuba gear ?

Where to get your first scuba gear ?

Like any other type of activity, scuba diving requires you to have a specific type of gear in order to participate. Each piece of the scuba gear is designed specifically to allow the person to be able to enjoy the sights in the water while keeping them safe at the same time. As a beginner, you will a wide range of options depending on the budget that you have set aside for your gear.  Note: your life will depend on your choices of equipment you make, so choose wisely!

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3 great diving destinations in 2019 for any diver

3 great diving destinations in 2019 for any diver

There are lots of diving destinations waiting for you !  When it comes to water activities, scuba diving is one of the most popular. Millions of people around the world enjoy it. There are so many fascinating things to see that you can see under the water. Whether it is the living coral that is part of the Great Berrier Reef off the coast of Australia, the unique species of colorful fish indigenous to the Caño Island, Costa Rica or cool underwater rock formations in the Red Sea off the coast of Egypt.

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Scuba Diving near Manuel Antonio National Park

Scuba Diving near Manuel Antonio National Park

Are you looking for some great scuba diving near Manuel Antonio National Park ?

As you probably know, Cоѕtа Riса iѕ a соuntrу thаt iѕ very рорulаr fоr its luѕh rаinfоrеѕt, itѕ bеаutiful bеасhеѕ, аnd itѕ соlоrful аnd lively wildlife. It iѕ аlѕо оnе оf thе wоrld’ѕ bеѕt рорulаr diving lосаtiоnѕ.

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3 Reasons why Caño Island is a great Costa Rica diving destination

3 Reasons why Caño Island is a great Costa Rica diving destination

When talking about Costa Rica diving destinations, Caño Island is a wonderful one. This biological reserve is located outside the south central pacific coast of Costa Rica. It has clear water as it is offshore and famous for many harmless reef sharks. It is a very good place for divers and snorkelers only matched by Catalina Islands. A visit here is a perfect one into a classic Costa Rican paradise. There are many exciting reasons to come and dive at Caño island, one of the best Costa Rica diving destination. We share three:

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Manta Ray, a giant of the ocean

Manta Ray, a giant of the ocean

Swimming next to a manta ray is an experience that not many divers have had. This sea animal is one of the giants of the ocean. the manta rays are family of the sharks and can measure eight meters and weigh 1400 kilograms.

In this 3 minutes video from New Atlantis WILD channel, you will learn a little bit more about this beautiful animal. In Costa Rica, if you are lucky, it is possible to see them at Caño Island, specially in “Bajo del diablo” diving place.

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5 sea animals at Caño Island that you will love to see.

5 sea animals at Caño Island that you will love to see.

Isla del Caño is one of the most beautiful islands in Costa Rica. Located 45 minutes from Marino Ballena (by our high speed boat), this biological reserve offers a great marine biodiversity. We are going to tell you about five sea animals at Caño Island that you will love to see. Have a look:

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Drone footage at Caño Island, the best diving place in Costa Rica.

Drone footage at Caño Island, the best diving place in Costa Rica.

Have a look of this amazing drone footage at Caño Island.

This Island is considered by many divers as probably the best diving place in Costa Rica.  The Shark Cave, The Devil’s Pinnacle and The Shipwreck are some of the greatest diving spots in the island.

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Caño Island, a unique diving experience

Caño Island, a unique diving experience

If you are looking for an exciting adventure and diving experience, then Caño Island is the place to be. Situated in Costa Rica, it is frequented by many tourists every year.

The Caño Island is a biological reserve that covers an area of 300 land hectares. The area belongs to the Puntarenas that lies on the Pacific Ocean in front of the Corcovado national Park that is 20 kilometers from the Osa Peninsula. The island holds an archaeological and geological importance, as it is a refuge for the migratory birds and even protects the wide marine environment with its fauna.

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