Cocos Island (costa rica) Dive Holidays
A shark lover’s paradise
Tailor-made Cocos Island Diving Holidays
Schooling hammerheads, sharks and a whole lot more. No wonder Cocos island diving holidays inspired Michael Crichton’s’ novel ‘Jurassic Park’.
The waters around Cocos Island attract prehistoric scalloped hammerheads in their hundreds. It’s the promise of these, that makes the 36 hour boat journey from Costa Rica worth every moment! Waking each morning to the beauty of this remote island with its history steeped in tales of pirates is the stuff that dreams are made of.
To get to Cocos you fly in to San Jose, Costa Rica. Choose from flying via the United States with a choice of airlines or via Europe with Iberia. Flight time is approximately 14 hours from London.
Transfers from San Jose to Puntarenas to meet the boat take approximately 1.5 hours and the crossing to Cocos Island takes approximately 36 hours.
What divers say
“Bayo Alcyone is incredible. scalloped hammerheads, white tips, black tips and if you’ve lucky a whale shark. Wanna see sharks..,. you’ve arrived.”
“Trip of a lifetime; what you’ll see, you’ll never forget.”
Cocos Island Liveaboards
The best liveaboards for this unique destination.
MEXICO – COZUMEL
9 – 20 November 2019
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Love sharks? Can’t get enough of wrecks? Maybe you want to experience something new. Our knowledgeable team are here to help you get the best out of your next dive holiday.
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The Dive Diaries
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