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Delve into the Natural Heart of Costa Rica

From Puerto Caldera to Puerto Caldera

6 Days

Famous for its luscious forests and pristine beaches, Costa Rica is an exotic escape into Central America. With waters simply overflowing with colourful reef formations and verdant jungle which supports some truly rare and spectacular wildlife, an itinerary encompassing both of these delights is sure to impress. From the surfing giant of Golfito to the captivating waters of Isla Tortugas, this yachting adventure is for adventurers, dive-enthusiasts and sun-worshippers alike.

  • Day 1
    Puerto Caldera
    Puerto Caldera

    Begin your Costa Rican cruise from the buzzing port town of Puerto Caldera. Although the area is a major port of call for yachts, cruise ships and boats of all kinds, it has little to offer the discerning visitor but acts more as a handy gateway to the nation’s luscious interior and spectacular southern coastline. Board your yacht and begin the cruise south towards the first port of call, Golfito.

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  • Day 2
    Golfito
    Golfito

    Golfito is located in the south of Costa Rica and is one of the country’s most remote and secluded regions. This rugged appearance may ensure the onshore amenities are basic, but the scenery you will glimpse from the comfort of your yacht is nothing short of amazing. Head to Zancudo with its gentle surf and relaxing atmosphere to experience a spectacular after-dark experience; each night the water glitters with the bioluminescence of tiny plankton that live beneath. Alternatively, for keen surfers, visit Pavones with its excellent world-class swell.

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  • Day 3
    Isla del Cano to Drake Bay
    Isla del Cano to Drake Bay

    Cruise towards Isla del Cano this morning and you will find one of the globe’s top diving sites. As one of the newest hotspots for adventure diving, enthusiast can spend the morning underwater, or for those who prefer to keep dry, picnicking on the beach or swimming in the colourful waters are lovely past times. Later in the afternoon head to Drake Bay, a tiny and exclusive town accessible only by boat. While here visit the national park, enjoy horse riding, sports fishing or let loose on the watertoys.

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  • Day 4
    Quespos
    Quespos

    Today heralds your arrival Quespos, a small village brimming with restaurants, bars, pastry shops, galleries and gift shops. This peaceful town is an ideal place to try a spot of sportsfishing or simply relax on the beach after a session exploring the charm of the tiny area.

  • Day 5
    National Reserve of Curu to Isla Tortugas
    National Reserve of Curu to Isla Tortugas

    Sail this morning to the Curu national Wildlife Refuge, an area which hosts a spectacular of wildlife and some truly stunning beaches. Try your luck at glimpsing white-faced, howler, and spider monkeys, white-tailed deer and Iguanas before setting off for Isla Tortugas. The Island of Tortuga lies just three kilometres off the coast of Curu and is one of the most idyllic spots to be found in Costa Rica. Boasting a sublime white sand beach ringed by coconut palms, this sandy stretch is a must-see and as you bask on the sand it is not uncommon to spot manta rays and whales patrolling the waters.

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  • Day 6
    Puerto Caldera
    Puerto Caldera

    Completing the round trip, today sees a return to Puerto Caldera. If you have the time, take a trip inland to the capital city of San Jose, considered one of the most sophisticated capitals in Central America. Here you will find a complete change in scenery from your cruising adventure with shopping malls, restaurants, local markets, and museums dominating the scene.

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