This protected bay is the perfect place to pick up kitesurfing, wakeboarding or jet skiing. Head ashore and zipline from tree to tree before horse-riding up to a mountainside farm overlooking the Aqujitas River for a traditional Costa Rican lunch. Get involved in crucial conservation work, joining marine biologists in their efforts to track the movements of hammerhead sharks. Catch your own hammerhead and fit a tagging device before returning them to continue their journey.
Drake Bay is rumoured to be the location of the British Pirates most fabled treasures. Experience a pirate-themed scavenging adventure which will see you kayaking through mangroves, snorkelling to retrieve parts of the puzzle from the seabed and exploring hidden jungle caves behind waterfalls.
ISLA DEL CANO
Isla del Cano is a world class snorkelling and diving destination. Swim amongst colourful reefs and encounter sharks, eagle rays and turtles. Descend to the ocean floor in a submersible that will take you 450 feet below the surface. Discover a host of pelagic life all from the sub’s 360-degree-view cockpit. The information collected from your submersible dives will contribute vital data needed to protect Costa Rica’s rich marine life.
CORCOVADO NATIONAL PARK
A thriving hub of wildlife including tapir and jaguar, Corcovado National Park is the perfect place for a remote guided hike. Here enjoy a gourmet wild, jungle picnic. Spend the afternoon climbing huge trees with spider monkeys and rappelling down the huge 100ft King Louis Waterfall.
Hike through the cloud forest and discover a remote jungle camp. As night falls, arm yourselves with headlights and hiking gear and discover a night-time serenade created by an orchestra of moths, iguanas, insects and frogs. After a wild breakfast, decamp to explore the tropical lowland ecosystem. Kayak and drift through lagoons and river mazes before returning to your yacht
The Golfo Dulce is one of the most impressive tropical fjords in the world. Trek into the Piedras Blancas National Park, home to the last remaining jaguars in Costa Rica. Track these enigmatic creatures alongside expert Pelorus guides.
Paddleboard through thriving mangroves, crucial nursing grounds for hammerhead sharks, shrimp and crabs. Dive below the surface on board a submersible and encounter sharks, manta rays, turtles, sailfish and tuna. Home to over 20% of Costa Rica’s Pacific coast marine life, this is one of the best locations in Costa Rica for dolphin and whale sightings and you will have another chance to swim with these magnificent creatures. Head to your nearest air strip and begin your journey home having encountered some of the most elusive, enigmatic and exclusive wildlife in the world.