The Bat Islands are one of the premiere scuba diving destinations in Costa Rica. Located in the far north of the Guanacaste off the coast of Santa Rosa National Park. The area has been protected as a marine preserve by the country as part of the national park. The Bat Islands are full of marine life. There are also massive schools of Rays that pass through the area. For divers, the area is most famous for the encounters that you can have with the very large bull shark!
The OKEANOS AGGRESSOR I™ & OKEANOS AGGRESSOR II™ focus on the areas of The Santa Rosa National Park and its marine sector called Islas Murcielago (Bat Islands); this area offers incredible beauty both above and below the surface. This beautiful Conservation Area earned a place in UNESCO’s World Heritage Site in 1999.Guanacaste is a province of Costa Rica located on the northern pacific coast of the country. It is one of the most visited areas of Costa Rica for its beautiful beaches and friendly coastline.
The Bat Islands are located in a protected Marine Park inside the Guanacaste conservation areas. Is one of the most beautiful chain of islands in Costa Rican and home to a diverse, dry tropical forest. The conservation area has over 163,000 hectares of protected land and 43,000 hectares of protected waters, including the Bat Islands Archipelago.
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