If your dream is to be surrounded by a great diversity of marine life, you have to go diving at Catalina Islands in Costa Rica!

Catalina Islands, located about 40 minutes by boat from Flamingo beach in the Guanacaste region, are formed by a multitude of volcanic rock peaks in the heart of  Pacific ocean, in Costa Rica.

Incredible marine biodiversity

Thanks to the many shifting water currents, which bring with them nutrients for marine life, Catalina Islands have an impressive biodiversity to observe all year-round.

They attract white tip reef sharks, devil rays, sting rays, guitar rays, turtles, moray eels, octopus and a multitude of huge schools of fish.

turtle swimming in the waters of Catalinas islands in Costa Rica

You may also have the opportunity to observe one of the giants of the oceans…. Manta rays! Indeed, these rays have a wingspan of between 4 to 6 meters.

A diver and a manta ray facing each other during a fun dive in Catalinas islands

Favorable conditions all year round

Catalina Islands’s conditions vary throughout the year, generally ranging from 23 degrees to over 28 degrees and variable visibility between 8 and 20 meters.

At Catalina Islands it’s possible to dive all year round and to observe Manta ray according to the migrations.

Whether you are a certified diver or simply want to discover this incredible sport, Catalina Islands are without a doubt the best place to be amazed by this magnificent underwater world.

Reserve your scuba diving tour in Catalina Islands

Make your dream come true and book your diving tour with Be Water Diving.

We offer transportation from Tamarindo to Flamingo beach. From there, we board on our boat specially equipped with everything you need to dive. The trip to Catalina Islands takes 40 minutes.

You will then have the opportunity to dive 2 times in 2 different spots, around these rock formations full of marine life.

Our bilingual guides will be happy to take you to the best dive sites to find stingrays, manta rays, sharks, moray eels, turtles, huge schools of fish and much more.

Contact us and reserve your diving tour in Catalina Islands here.

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