Explore the best diving spot in Costa Rica with the Discover Scuba Diving mini course!
Discover the wonders of scuba diving with our PADI Discover Scuba Diving mini course, designed for adults and children aged 10 years and older. Take your first breath underwater and immerse yourself in the colorful marine life of Tamarindo during your vacation.
Experience the best diving spot in Costa Rica with our Catalina Islands dive. This is where your journey begins, as you explore the vibrant underwater world.
Our mini course is perfect for those who want to try scuba diving or are not quite ready for full certification. Join us and discover the magic of breathing underwater, guided by our professional and experienced instructors. Don’t miss out on this unforgettable adventure!
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Learn to Surf with Experienced Instructors in Tamarindo
Looking to catch some waves during your stay in Tamarindo? Our experienced instructors will teach you the skills you need to ride the waves like a pro!
Our classes can be customized to meet your individual needs. We offer both private and group classes, so you can choose the option that works best for you. Our classes include all necessary equipment, such as surfboards and lycra.
During your surf lesson, we’ll teach you the basics, such as paddling and standing up on the board, as well as advanced techniques for more experienced surfers.
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The “Leona Waterfall” Tour is a scenic hiking adventure through the lush tropical forest to reach the stunning “Leona Waterfall”.
Along the way, visitors can spot exotic wildlife such as monkeys, toucans, and sloths. The hike is relatively easy and suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels.
We begin the tour by descending the canyon and entering the vegetation of the tropical dry forest. Most of the trip we make along the banks of the Río Blanco, passing through caves swimming on sudden occasions to avoid the gigantic stone walls that protect it.
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