|Includes:||Cold water, fresh fruit for a lunch break on a deserted island somewhere in the Golfo Dulce|
|Excludes:||Transportation to Puerto Jiménez dock|
|What To Bring:||Sunscreen, insect repellent, sandals/boat shoes/Tevas, camera|
Costa Rica dolphins tours departs from the Puerto Jiménez dock and will take you out into the Gulfo Dulce and over to the other-side, the north-east coast of the bay. Some people call this side Jurassic Park, as there are massive sheer cliffs dropping right into the sea, very impressive, a favorite for all that take part in this tour. During the tour you will search for humpback (during migration seasons) and pilot whales as well as spinner, bottle nose, and spotted dolphins, which are residents to the Golfo Dulce. Most dolphin species are present year-round in the bay and Costa Rica’s most iconic and oftspotted whale, the humpback, spends more than eight months a year in these waters – the longest humpback whale season in the world! Humpback whale migration is typically from late July-November and again in December-March.