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Diving Report From Rocket Frog Divers.

Hola Bill,
Seeing lots of mantas locally, the water has finally cooled to about 70 degrees with thermoclines into the high 60s……lots and lots of morays, Rays of all types and seahorses.…they are everywhere, we found seven on one dive alone.
The wind continues to be problematic causing big waves in the area., visibility 40-50 feet average daily.
Lots of whales during this season, and the weather pattern is not typical….still lots to show the divers while they are here….:-)
Warm regards
To Dive Shops & Dive Clubs.

Greetings from beautiful Costa Rica,

The first question is:
Why would a dive shop or club want to take a group to Costa Rica? Other than the fact that it’s an exciting great value trip for your customers & members to a beautiful, safe country with spectacular marine life, lots of activities and adventure.

This is Bill Beard’s 45th year of operating scuba diving in Costa Rica and 28th year of combining adventure activities and scuba diving packages.
Costa Rica is a great all-around destination for divers and non-divers alike.  Many couples have one diver and one non-diver in the family so it is a perfect destination for both.  We have afternoon canopy and wildlife tours that can be done after diving in the AM, so the non-divers do not feel left out or like they are on a “dive only” vacation. All of the divers and non-divers can enjoy hot springs, mud baths, spas, river rafting, canopy tours, wildlife boat tours and much more that may be enjoyed together.   Nearly every dive group who has come to Costa Rica has returned with many of the same people and more who heard about the trip and saw the photos.  The excitement is infectious.

The tap water is safe to drink and tastes wonderful.  There are no visas or shots required to enter Costa Rica. You do need a passport.  Costa Rica is 10 degrees from the equator, so it is below the hurricane line and there has not been a hurricane there in the 110 years that records have been kept.

So the second question is, Why Not?


Please take a look at our NEW HD video about scuba diving and adventure in Costa Rica.  We are certain this video will create lots of interest in a Costa Rica vacation. Let’s work together and set up a memorable trip to Costa Rica for your customers. They will thank you for it.


We can add tours throughout Costa Rica after your trip to Cocos Islands. We will pick you up in Puntarenas at any of the boats. See Tours HERE
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See our NEW HD VIDEO on Costa Rica scuba diving and adventure.

Our agents can set up the itinerary you want throughout the country. Bill Beard’s reservation office is located in La Fortuna, Costa Rica In the  shadow of Arenal Volcano, behind the Catholic Church, near the world famous hot springs

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