Deepspot Pool could be the greatest manmade dive spot on earth

Deepspot Pool could be the greatest manmade dive spot on earth

“There has never been anything like deepspot”. For many people who are new to scuba diving, the extent of their training consisted of diving in a pool at the local YMCA. This is because many smalldive shops popped up without having the luxury of a large body of water around. Unfortunately, most inground swimming pools don’t offer much of a challenge when it comes to intermediate or advanced divers.

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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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Top 5 Benefits of Scuba Diving

Top 5 Benefits of Scuba Diving

People choose to go scuba diving for a number of reasons including recreational and professional. Either way, there are many different benefits of Scuba Diving that can come from taking up it. Below we came up with five really good benefits that can come from participating in scuba diving.

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Drake Bay scuba diving

Drake Bay scuba diving

Drake Bay Costa RicaDrake Bay is located in the southern part of the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. This place takes its name from Sir Francis Drake, who discovered it during his travels in the 16th century. Probably amazed at the great beauty of the bay, he decided to baptize it with his surname.

Drake Bay, a combination of tranquility and nature

Drake Bay is a good deal of fun and adventure where you can enjoy yourself to the fullest while make your trip memorable and worth remembering. It make a good combination of white sand beaches, exquisite shores, dazzling waters and array of lodges that portrays a gorgeous environment to live in. Even that is not the most amazing place in the south, it offers a good deal of tranquility and charm.

For those who love scuba diving and snorkeling, drake bay offers some good opportunities. You can find more information about this place here.

¿ Would you like to see much more ?

Drake Bay is good, but If you have a little bit more time, then Caño Island is a place that you should not miss. It is closer than Drake Bay and will take you around 45 minutes from Uvita beach to reach the island with our high speed boat. Uvita is closer to the capital, so diving in Caños Island could be a better option for you by spending less time end getting better experiences.

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

Caño Island has bесоmе widеlу рорulаr in Cоѕtа Riса because of its incredible marine biodiversity. The island is famous around the world and offers you a tremendous adrenaline rush. Its оffѕhоrе area рrоvidеѕ excellent орроrtunitiеѕ for ѕсubа diving аnd snorkeling. The island itself is amazing and will connect you with the natural world.

3 reasons why Caño Island is a great Scuba Diving destination

The access to the island is restricted, since is biological reserve protected by Costa Rica. However, we have permission to take you there ! Just send us a message and we can start coordinating a tour for you !

 

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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How deep the ocean is ? This incredible animation shows it.

How deep the ocean is ? This incredible animation shows it.

Have you ever wondered how deep the ocean is ?
This incredible animation produced by Rob Ludacer for Tech Insider shows how deep the ocean is in a precise manner using comparisons.

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5 reasons why swimming with whales and touching them is dangerous.

5 reasons why swimming with whales and touching them is dangerous.

Swimming with whales can be lots of fun, but it is not recommended, more so, touching them can be extremely dangerous for both you as a human and the whale itself.

Recently, we published an article “Saved by a whale” where you will see how a huge humpback whales protects unsuspecting Nan Hauser, a whale biologist, from a tiger shark. You can watch the original video here.

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Diver saved by a huge humpback whale

Diver saved by a huge humpback whale

In thiѕ ѕhоrt YouTube vidео Saved by a Whale it is ѕееn hоw a giаnt 50,000 роund humрbасk whаlе protected an unѕuѕресting lаdу frоm a shark by рuѕhing hеr thrоugh thе wаtеr. Thе video shows hоw the whale pushed her with its hеаd аnd mоuth аnd even tucked her undеr its pectoral fin thеn liftеd her out оf the wаtеr.

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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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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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