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  • Location: Jaco Costa Rica
  • Duration:  14 hours (approx.)

Spend a day cruising the waters of the Gulf of Nicoya as you head to Tortuga Island on a full day tour from Central Pacific. The white sandy beach and sparkling turquoise waters will entice you to stay for a day of relaxation in this beautiful environment.

Highlights

  • Cruise to Tortuga Island
  • National Park entrance
  • Water and beach activities
  • Lunch, tropical fruits and refreshments
  • Hotel pickup and dropoff

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Tortuga Island Cruise

Tortuga Island, Costa Rica

Board a yacht at Puntarenas and enjoy a smooth ride on the Gulf of Nicoya. Admire the beautiful archipelago and look out for the many sea birds as you cruise to Tortuga Island. The island is known for its immaculate white sandy beach and turquoise waters, making it a perfect stop for swimming and snorkeling.

You will spend approximately four hours on the island, where you can enjoy different activities such as a canopy tour, walking trails, kayaking, snorkeling, swimming and beach sports. Or simply relax on the beach while your crew prepares an exquisite buffet-style lunch.

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2011

Simply heaven on earth!

4 star rating: Recommended February 2013

IT WAS REALLY NICE. MY HUSBAND AND I WERE SAD THAT WE DIDNT GET ANY BEER OR WINE ON THE BOAT. THE BOAT WENT TO SLOW. THE SNORKELING WAS GOOD AND THE FOOD WAS YUMMY!!

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