Whales and Dolphins
Ground transportation from and to Manuel Antonio and Quepos Area, water, fruit, snorkeling equipment, entrance fees to Marino Ballena National Park, bilingual guide, Snorkeling ( depending on the water clarity and weather conditions), visit and entrance fee to the Butterfly garden and waterfalls.
Time: Pick up 7:00am
¿What to bring? Sandals, camera, comfortable cloth, sunscreen, bathing suit, extra clothes, sunglasses, cap or hat.
Price per person: $165
During this activity you can see the humpback whales, spotted dolphins, bottle noses, turtles and sea birds combined with snorkeling in the Tombolo or Whale Island There you be able to see different types of reef fish.
Humpback whales are seen in two well defined seasons from December to March the ones that comes from the northern hemisphere, while those from the southern hemisphere start to be seen in the first weeks of July to late October. The most commonly observed are the humpbacks. They are known for their long migrations north side and south side. Occasionally, you can see bryde's and pilot whales. Dolphins are seen throughout the year. The most commonly seen dolphins on the Pacific coast is the bottlenose and spotted . The chances to observe whales are quite high, but not guaranteed every day because we are not sure of the exact place where they are.