Costa Rica Yacht Charter Guide
The undisputed ecological capital of the world, Costa Rica is home to 5% of the world’s biodiversity within only 0.03% of the earth’s surface. It’s a small country with a big natural playground for anyone who feels delighted when in nature. There are two areas suitable for charters. There are two areas suitable for charters. The beautiful OSA Peninsula is the first - this hotspot for flora and fauna is ideally suited to chartering thanks to its clear, warm waters and rainforest fringed coastline.
The Peninsula is estimated to house 2.5% of the biodiversity of the entire world, genuinely earning its title as the most biologically intense place on earth. There is so much to see including some of the most amazing marine creatures.
The North Pacific Coast of Costa Rica is another area that provides unmatched landscape views, abundance of marine life and has amongst the best and most easily accessible diving places and conditions you can find in the country. Wildlife is plentiful as a result of the plankton rich waters in the area.
On any given day you may see a plethora of marine life ranging from frogfish, harlequin clown shrimp, seahorses, to white tip and reef sharks. You may be lucky enough to encounter a giant Pacific manta ray, or a passing whale shark.
Manuel Antonio National Park: No visit to Costa Rica is complete without a visit to Manuel Antonio National Park. The small yet vibrant town of Manuel Antonio is the starting point for many adventures into the verdant national park, the iconic local beaches, or nearby Quepos for its excellent sportfishing. The ideal time to visit this area is between December and April.