The Sea Hunter, Cocos Island, Costa Rica
start date: 18-08-2015 | finish date: 28-08-2015
Join Samui-based Rainbow Scuba for an amazing 10-day/10-night expedition to one of the world’s top dive destinations.
Cocos Island is rated one of the top ten best places to scuba dive in the world and was described by Jacques Couteau as “The most beautiful island in the world.”
A World Heritage site, Cocos Island is a Costa Rica National Park and is uninhabited except for wildlife, park rangers and a few tourists. The island has amazing white sand beaches with crystal-clear water, but don’t plan on spending a lot of time above the waterline.
This island’s world-renowned waters explode with life, including innumerable white tip reef sharks, schooling hammerhead sharks, dolphins, mantas and marbled rays, giant moray eels, sailfish and of course the occasional whale shark.
Other common encounters are large schools of jacks and tuna, silky sharks, silver tip sharks, marlin, Creole fish, green turtles and octopus. Coco Islands is also home to at least 27 endemic fish species including the exotic red-lipped batfish.
The Undersea Hunter live-aboard operation needs no introduction. This unrivalled operator is the company of choice for film crews such as BBC and National Geographic.
The trip, which is for experienced divers, will be aboard the charter vessel, the Sea Hunter combines power and stability with the comfortable interior of a modern yacht.
Rainbow Scuba is one of Asia’s most respected gay scuba dive operators. Based in Koh Samui, Thailand, Rainbow Scuba offers a wide range of dive and tour services in Thailand as well as a number of specialist gay scuba tours to some of the world’s greatest dive spots.
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