DAILY DIVE AND SNORKEL TRIPS
Our diving prices are full service prices, including: boat, captain, professional and bilingual guides, tanks, weights, snacks, fruits, beverages and fun!
We take care of your diving equipment including transportation to and from the boat, set up, rinsing, storeing. Available for certified divers only.
You’ll reach the dive sites with one of our custom designed dive boats which are equipped with sunroof, marine radio, cell phone, gps, spare scuba gear, oxygen- and first aid kit. All our boats are conform to local safety requirements, to make your diving as safe and comfortable as possible.
Please note: Starting 1st July 2019 – we have to charge a 13% Costa Rica Value Added Tax (VAT) on all day trips, courses, equipment rental and other services. (Ley N0 9635)
|Papagayo Dives (Available for certified divers only)|
|2 Tank Papagayo Boat Dive Tour||$ 85 USD|
|3 Tank Papagayo Boat Dive Tour||$ 115 USD|
|1 Tank Papagayo Night Boat Dive Tour (Minimum 4 Diver)||$ 75 USD|
|Snorkeler On Papagayo Boat Dive Tour||$ 50 USD|
|Passenger On Papagayo Boat Dive Tour||$ 50 USD|
|For more advanced diving (AVAILABLE FOR CERTIFIED DIVERS ONLY)|
|Catalina Islands / Islas Catalinas (Minimum 2 Divers, About 45 Minutes By Boat)|
|2 Tank Catalina Island Boat Dive Tour||$ 115 USD|
|3 Tank Catalina Island Boat Dive Tour||$ 145 USD|
|Bat Islands / Islas Murciélagos (May-October, Minimum 3 Divers, About 1,5 Hours By Boat)
Prices Not Include Santa Rosa National Parc Fee ($15).
|2 Tank Bat Island Boat Dive Tour||$ 155 USD|
|3 Tank Bat Island Boat Dive Tour||$ 185 USD|
|Full Equipment Rental On Boat Dive Tour (Mask, Fins, Bcd, Regulator, Wetsuit) Per Day||$ 20 USD|
|Nitrox 32 Tank Fill||$ 12 USD|
|Torch Rental Per Day||$ 10 USD|
|Digital Camera GoPro Per Day||$ 20 USD|
|Divecomputer Suunto Per Day||$ 10 USD|
Please contact us for more information at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are proud of our students. We offer free equipment rental to all of our former students carrying their PADI certification card showing they were trained by Deep Blue Diving in Costa Rica.