Isla del Caño tour, departure at 6:30 am.
The boat trip from Marino Ballena National Park to Caño Island, Caño Island is an amazing marine biological reserve in Costa Rica.
Caño Island is often used as a migratory passage of birds who fly to warmer climes from the northern hemisphere during the winter. Aside from the evergreen forest found on the island, the only other trees growing out here include the rubber tree, the wild cocoa tree and some shrubs and bushes.
Besides birds like the osprey, black hawk, cattle egret and phalarope, some common animals and reptiles on the island are bats, boa constrictors, possums, tree frogs, moths, beetles, bats, mosquitoes, rats, and lizards.
The Caño Island’s virgin waters are some of the bluest in the country and are home to a spectacular variety of stunning marine flora and fauna as well as some gorgeous coral reefs. Rated as being the best underwater adventure diving and snorkeling spots in the world, the Cano Island Biological Reserve is also home to a huge variety of fish, whales and sharks and you can see all these in this snorkeling tour.
With fantastic underwater visibility, one can see on any given day, sea turtles, dolphins, stingrays, manta rays, moray eels, barracudas, tuna, snapper and grouper swimming alongside a variety sharks and humpback or pilot whales.
Since the island is a reserve scuba diving and snorkel numbers are regulated, and visitors are not allowed to remove any marine life, dead or alive we spend all day there
We will take a delicious lunch in Marino Ballena National Park when we come back from Caño Island. The afternoon will be a free time to enjoy the area.
Last dinner in Costa Rica will be in the restaurant of Cristal Ballena hotel.