Most scuba diving on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica takes place along 30-fairly-large islands. Along the Catalina Islands’ formation, there are also 20 smaller islands. Each one has its own unique underwater marine setting and inhabitants based on the different depths or plateaus for sub-sea exploration. Snorkelling is also a great way to enjoy the ocean’s treasures and it only requires a facemask, snorkel tube and fins.
But to venture deeper requires the addition of aqualung gear. The dive sites are rated by their degree of difficulty or required level of experience. Select your dive-operator requires a special comfort level. Ensure the dive tour operator is certified and experienced so to avoid being exposed to unnecessary risks or dangers. Don’t hesitate to request referrals from past clients to support their claims.