The Corcovado National Park in Costa Rica is a unique biological reserve famous for its biodiversity as it shelters several endangered animals that are possibly facing extinction.
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.
Corcovado National Park is located in the southwest of Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica and is said to be on the top of the list of ten best national parks in the whole world. It is also a part of Osa Conservation Area.
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.