Cocos Island Shark & Sea Turtle Research Trip
An Extraordinary Opportunity To Dive One Of The World's Great Sites
Cocos Island National Park, located off the coast of Costa Rica, is internationally revered for its diverse and rare marine life and was named the best place to dive with sharks by CNN. The World Heritage site is home to many species that are under threat due to illegal fishing practices which you can help counter.
Dive into the waters with renowned conservationists and come face to face with different species of sea turtles, several species of sharks, and be swarmed by great schools of fish. Your efforts will directly impact the conservation project and help protect the diverse yet delicate underwater ecosystem.
Organization: Turtle Island Restoration Network
Price From: $5,545 USD per person (plus park fees & transportation).
Dates: April 22 - May 2, 2016 ; November 29 - December 9, 2016
Duration: 10 days
Wildlife: Green turtles, hammerhead sharks
Conservation Impact: Benefits TIRN's efforts to protect and restore endangered sea turtles and marine biodiversity worldwide.
All of the trips we promote:
- Directly support wildlife conservation
- Educate travelers about wildlife
- Support local communities
- Reduce environmental impact
SEEtheWILD does not take responsibility for the quality or the safety of this tour, the facilities, or staff.
Banner image: George Duffield