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Catamaran Snorkel and Sunset Cruise

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From USD 74

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Spend the afternoon sailing on one of Guanacaste's famous catamarans, the most popular tour in the region. After sailing up the north or down the southern coast, the captain will stop at one of many special anchorages. This is where you can enjoy water sports such as snorkeling or simply playing in the ocean. A guided snorkeling tour is also available during which you can view a myriad of marine life. 

 

While you work up an appetite playing in the ocean, the crew will prepare a light lunch, and refreshments are available throughout the journey. Then, get ready for the light show of a lifetime as the catamaran returns to port and offers you the best seats in the house to watch as the sun disappears under the horizon. Make sure to bring your camera to capture the majestic sunset view from the Pacific Ocean. This is an all-inclusive trip, so just bring a towel, bathing suit, and sunscreen.

From USD 74

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We recommend our self transported option, guides will meet you on arrival. Enjoy the guaranteed lowest price. Tour at your own pace. To check availability and make a reservation please click on "Book Now" and enter your preferred date and time. No need to pay in full when booking, just a small deposit to confirm your reservation. Full cash payment accepted the day of the tour upon arrival and you have confirmed your choice of activities. Our system is set up to provide you with quick and efficient bookings. Enjoy the sunset!

  • Open Bar
  • Light lunch included
  • Guided snorkel tour
  • Sunset viewing
  • Family friendly tour

Route

  1. Flamingo Marina
  2. Puerto Viejo
  3. Sombrero Islands
  4. Puerto Potrero