Costa Rica is one of the best places in the world to experience lush tropical jungles filled with playful monkeys, crocodiles and poison dart frogs! For the diver escape to Cocos Island on a liveaboard scuba diving trip ! Cocos is a lush, green uninhabited island resting 342 miles off Costa Rica's Pacific coast. Rocky pinnacles surrounding Cocos are beacons for big animals and big action. Schooling hammerheads, countless white-tip sharks, mantas, tuna and even whale sharks call Cocos home. Cocos Island National Park was designated a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1997
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Aguila de Osa
Experience the magic and beauty of untouched nature on Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula that comes alive at Aguila de Osa. A true rainforest and marine adventure lodge, Aguila de Osa overlooks a panorama of Drake Bay from the mouth of the Aguijitas River and is only a short distance from two of Costa Rica’s most precious natural gems, Corcovado National Park and Caño Island Marine Reserve. Surrounded by vibrant jungle, our hotel provides guests with the ultimate ecotourism experience: peaceful luxury and limitless adventure amongst a magnificent natural backdrop.
The M/V Argo is a 40-meter yacht accommodating up to 18 guests in 9 cabins. Each stateroom features a bathroom with shower and individual climate controls. The Argo chef prepares fresh, gourmet international cuisine to be enjoyed in the beautiful dining area. A spacious and stylish lounge and sun deck are furnished with comfortable seating to create the pinnacle of relaxation after an adventurous day of diving. The waters surrounding Cocos Island are a playground for hammerheads, eagle rays, and whales. Onboard diving amenities include dive gear, Nitrox, rebreathers, three dive tenders and a knowledgeable and passionate dive staff.
MV Sea Hunter
The M/V Sea Hunter Liveaboard is a purpose built 35-meter dive liveaboard which was originally a commercial dive-support vessel serving the oil industry in the Gulf of Mexico. Her renovations turned her into a very comfortable dive liveaboard, with underwater photographers in mind and all the facilities needed. The M/V Sea Hunter has 10 air-conditioned cabins with ensuite bathrooms for added comfort.
The bio-diversity of the Costa Rica is staggering, and due to the remote location of the Cocos Islands the diving is pristine. Marine life is abundant, and divers can expect to see schooling white tip reef sharks, schooling hammerhead, dolphins, manta rays, sailfish and much more.
Okeanos Aggressor I
The M/V Okeanos Aggressor I is a 33 meter yacht, accommodating up to 22 passenger in 10 lavish state rooms complete with private bathroom and shower, closet, port window, individual climate control and TV/DVD. Scuba diving with the Okeanos offers up to four action packed dives each day along with spectacular night dives. Diving amenities include a large swim platform with personal gear lockers, air/nitrox fill stations, rinse tanks, three-tier camera table with low-pressure air hoses and 2 warm freshwater showers.
Guests can also enjoy the large partially covered sun deck with chaise lounges and deck chairs, bar service and CD/stereo player. The onboard menu features a variety of American fare and local cuisine. Soft drinks, iced tea, beer, and wine are complimentary.
Okeanos Aggressor II
The M/V Okeanos Aggressor II, formerly known as Wind Dancer, is a 36.5-meter state of the art liveaboard yacht scheduling year-round Cocos Island diving cruises. The M/V Okeanos Aggressor II has 11 deluxe staterooms equipped with private bathroom and shower, storage, television and individual climate control. The onboard menu features a variety of American fare and local cuisine. Soft drinks, iced tea, beer, and wine are complimentary. Guests can also enjoy a spacious lounge and covered and uncovered sun decks with loungers and deck chairs, bar service and CD/stereo player.