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A Dominical Adventure Tour That Amazes: Whale Watching in Costa Rica

Dominical Tourism, Costa Rica, Dolphin & Whale Watching TourNo family vacation in Costa Rica would be complete without an eco adventure tour to see something truly spectacular. Nowadays, it seems that not only humans have fallen in love with the tropical paradise of Costa Rica’s South Pacific, but magnificent whales and dolphins too!

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Dolphins and whales have made Costa Rica’s southern coast one of their favorite playgrounds. With five species of dolphins and three species of whales inhabiting the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Playa Dominical, it’s time to get your camera ready! Of all the Costa Rica tours to choose from, this dolphin and whale watching adventure tour  is one that  you will never forget! It truly is one of the best Costa Rica attractions to experience.

You will have an excellent opportunity to see humpback whales propel themselves out of the Pacific Ocean, back-flipping into the waves. Whale watching is a really captivating experience and at a cheap rate this really is one of the best Costa Rica adventure tours available. The three-hour adventure tour will give you spectacular views of Drake Bay, Caño Island, and the beautiful Costa Rican beaches of Playa Dominical and Playa Bahia Ballena.


The dolphin and whale watching tour will take you out into protected marine territory where whales, dolphins, sea turtles and tropical fish are in abundance. This particular part of the southern Pacific belongs to the Costa Rica National Park of Marina Ballena in the Osa Peninsula. As an additional Marina Ballena, Playa Dominical, Costa Ricabonus, try to spot the sandbar at Playa Punta Uvita at low tide; years of natural erosion have fittingly created a beautiful formation of whale’s tail.

Experienced Costa Rican tour guides will provide interesting facts about whales and dolphins and get you clued-up on the importance of protecting Costa Rica’s marine wildlife. Whales migrate to these waters from November to March and then from July to December to give birth to their young, while some whales remain in the Costa Rica South Pacific throughout the year. However, these temperate waters of the Pacific Ocean are a permanent home for dolphins. If you are especially interested in getting up close and personal, a separate adventure tour is available where you can swim with the dolphins that inhabit Drake Bay, off of the Pacific coast of the Osa Peninsula.

If you are looking to make your Costa Rica family vacation a memorable one everyone in your group, then this dolphin and whale watching adventure tour comes highly recommended. There are a whole range of Costa Rica tours available, but if you only take one, make it this. For more information, contact 1-800-771-2976.