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Our naturalist guide Marco Fallas, last August 30th, had several sightings of Humpback Whales in the southern part of Costa Rica near Drake bay. Costa Rica receive annually a healthy migrating population of Humpbacks from the north and the southern regions. Join us in  our Turtles Whales and Dolphins expedition  and you will have very good chances to watch these amazing creatures!

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