If you ever pictured paradise on earth, surely that photo had an island with palm trees, blue sea and white sand. Maybe you even visualized yourself drinking coconut water while enjoying a perfect day relaxing in your swimsuit.
This vision could materialize if you dare to take the Tortuga Island One Day Cruise and you experience the different activities available. We can get you there from Jaco and if you are arriving from San Jose or other parts of the country, we can provide proper guidance to Los Suenos at Herradura Bay where the journey will begin to Tortuga Island.
Even for people who live in Jaco Beach who are able to experience the ocean daily, embarking on the tour to Tortuga Island allows you to get away from everyday life and immerse yourself in turquoise waters to energize your soul. Just wait to feel the wonderful breeze passing through the Catamaran on the way to and from Tortuga Island. The tour is designed to enjoy for both tourists and locals.
The Island is located at the southwest end of the Gulf of Nicoya, on the Pacific coast, being accessible only by boats, which preserves it from buildings and keeps it naturally genuine. Tortuga Island, it is actually two very small islands, called Alcatraz, 60 hectares and Tolinga 120 hectares.
It takes only 45 minutes to get from La Marina Los Sueños in Herradura and the catamaran has a cabin equipped with Air Conditioning, for those who wish to travel inside.
As part of the tour, Costa Cat Cruises offer a light breakfast on board, free Rum Punch and Margaritas and a traditional lunch on the island. In addition, at no extra charge, you can choose between fun activities during the day: experience the underwater sea life while snorkeling, jump on board a banana boat or enjoy and epic hike with dazzling landscapes.
The day will be filled with beautiful views, crystalline waters, the adrenaline in water sports, the enjoyment of the walk and an excellent family and friends atmosphere.
Isla Tortuga has another great wealth and is a great diversity of marine and wild fauna, making it one of the most exciting places for advanced divers in Costa Rica.
It is also known that the Islands were home to Huetar indigenous people and therefore have impressive reserves and shelters, which are worth knowing.
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