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The Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica is an extraordinary place globally, especially when it comes to fishing. The world record for catches year after year shows that the South Pacific Ocean, near the Osa Peninsula, has the best bluewater fishing in the world. The waters in the South Pacific Ocean of Costa Rica are rich in nutrients and inhabit a great variety of fish. Catching a big game fish with Osa Fishing Tour is an unforgettable thrill for both the expert and amateur angler.

Expect to see in the surroundings:

It is not possible to offer a 100% sighting guarantee. However, the following list is a guide based on the latest annual sighting records in the area content that we commonly see during the year.

Beaked Whales: A group of cetaceans noted as one of the least known mammal groups because of their deep-sea habitat and apparent low. During March

Bottlenose Dolphins:  the genus Tursiops are the most common members of the Delphinidae family, the family of oceanic dolphins. Resident specie, all the year.

Bryde Whale is a baleen whale, more specifically a rorqual belonging to the same group as blue whales and humpback whales. It has twin blowholes with a low splash guard to the front. Like other rorquals, it has no teeth but has two rows of baleen plates. Resident specie, all the year

Common Dolphins: resident species, all the year

Humpback Whales: (Megaptera novaeangliae) is a species of baleen whale. It is one of the larger rorqual species, with adults ranging in length from 12–16 m (39–52 ft) and weighing around 25–30 t (28–33 short tons). The humpback has a distinctive body shape, with long pectoral fins and a knobby head—July to October and Mid December to March.

Orcas: The killer whale (Orcinus orca) is a species of odontocete cetacean belonging to the family Delphinidae (oceanic dolphins), which inhabits oceans all the planet. Occasionally all the year.

Pilot Whales: are cetaceans belonging to the genus Globicephala. The two extant species are the long-finned pilot and the short-finned pilot whale. The two are not readily distinguishable at sea, and analysis of the skulls is the best way to distinguish between the species. All the year

Pseudo Orcas: The false killer whale (Pseudorcacrassidens) is a species of oceanic dolphin that is the only extant representative of the genus Pseudorca. All the year

Rissos dolphins: (Grampus griseus) is the only species of dolphin in the genus Grampus. It is commonly known as the Monk dolphin among Taiwanese fishers. All the year

Spinner Dolphins: The spinner dolphin (Stenellalongirostris) is a small dolphin found in offshore tropical waters worldwide. It is famous for its acrobatic displays in which it spins along its longitudinal axis as it leaps through the air. It is a member of the family Delphinidae of toothed whales. All the year

Spotted dolphins: live in coastal and offshore waters in the Tropics and subtropics, including the Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian oceans, the Caribbean, and China sea, All the year

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Caño Island

Caño Island Marine Life is abundantly presenting an ever-changing landscape for those who venture below the ocean surface to enjoy the best snorkeling and diving in Costa Rica.

Famous for its coral reefs, one of the most preserved along the Pacific Ocean of Costa Rica, this Biological Reserve is home to schools of spikes, jacks, and needlefish, boring sponges, diadem sea urchins, sea cucumbers, crustaceans, parrotfish, pufferfish, damselfish, large schools of Barracuda, tunas and moray eels.

Daily is possible to see Dolphins, Stingrays crawling are often seen, and Olive Ridley sea turtles have commonly seen swimming and even mating or traveling to and from the sandy beaches where they lay their eggs. Whitetip reef sharks, silky sharks, bull sharks, and occasionally whale sharks and humpback whales are also seen (during their annual migrations in July and October, and again from December to March).

Divers spend hours below the surface of the ocean investigating the variety of life found among coral reefs.

Marino Ballena National Park

Marino Ballena National Park

It is the favorite place of humpback whales and several types of dolphins; this Park turns on and off in a natural scenery where these animals arrive. Whales and dolphins emerge from the water and offer a show that you can witness.

Humpback whales come two times every year (July to October and December to March) to carry out their reproductive cycle; they arrive in the Park place where there is a rocky and sandy formation that resembles a whale’s tail. This curiosity is the main attraction of the site.

Inside the Park, you can visit the tómbolo (whale tail), go and enjoy the beaches or practice shallow and deep diving to see a vast range of marine life. You can also enjoy the calm sea that bathes these shores or boating on nearby islands.

In its water, species like the humpback whale, the spotted dolphin, bottlenose dolphin, manta ray, hammerhead sharks, parrotfish, and mackerel can be saw. The Park also has 17 species of corals. Source: National System of Conservation Areas