Humpback Whale

Bahia Ballena, Costa Rica is in the top 10 of the best places in the world for whale watching, according to National Geographic, One of the most important habitats for Humpback whales on  the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. These creatures migrate twice a year (from late December to late April and July to September) to the warm waters of the bay to mate and calve. To protect this valuable site, the government of Costa Rica created the Ballena Marine Park, a sanctuary for these and other marine species as common and bottlenose dolphins, stingrays and hammerhead shark.
Live this unique experience on  our tour Turtles, Whales & Dolphins

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