Caño Island is a 2900-hectare biological reserve on Costa Rica’s Pacific coast. The reserve boasts a stunning amount of biodiversity, only a fraction of which is visible from land.
Suit up with scuba gear and join your divemaster for a trip to an aquatic wonderland.
Sea turtles forage for seaweed, reef fish peek out of nooks in over a dozen species of coral, and barracudas, tuna, and even dolphins harry schools swimming above. If you’re lucky, you might even swim alongside a migrating humpback whale!
Resurface for a picnic lunch on the island before getting back in the water for another world-class dive.