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After an early breakfast, board the boat for a 45 minute jaunt over to Caño Island.
Along the way we hope to see playful dolphins swimming alongside the boat in the sparkling blue waters. Caño Island has been a biological reserve since 1978 and plays a significant role in Costa Rica’s natural history.
Ten nautical miles from the resort, this beautiful island and marine sanctuary, with waters containing vast numbers of coral-building organisms, and some of the most varied and abundant marine life on the planet, is a world-class diving and snorkeling site.
Offering good to excellent visibility all year round (it can reach up to 80 feet during the dry season months of December through April), the island’s reefs provide an underwater landscape of caves, cliffs and canyons, and are home to 19 species of corals, including brain, head and sea fans, 60 species of mollusks, lobsters, giant conchs, white-tipped reef sharks, sea turtles, manta rays, devil rays, large schools of jackfish, parrotfish, and much more!
After your amazing snorkeling experience in this tropical paradise, go back to the hotel’s beach for lunch.