Diving Coco Island
Join CREMA, The SeaChange Agency, and Turtle Island Restoration Network, on a scientific expedition to Cocos Island National Park, Costa Rica, as a scientific expedition sponsor!
Join us for a dive
experience of a life-time
DIVING IN COCOS ISLAND WITH RANDALL ARAUZ
All expeditions will be led by Costa Rica biologist Randall Arauz, currently the Science and Policy Advisor for Marine Watch International.
Excellent opportunity for shark conservation enthusiasts and early career scientists who want to become acquainted with shark research field work at one of the sharkiest places in the world. Learn about the latest science and the policy changes needed for efficient shark conservation in the Eastern Tropical Pacific.
Dates & Costs
May 23 – June 2, 2023 = US$6600 + US$550 (National Park fee) = US$7,150
Cabin Double occupancy. Add $500 if interested in a Suite Double occupancy.
On board the SeaHunter.
November 11 -21, 2023 = US$6000 + US$550 (National Park fee) = US$6,550
Cabin Double Occupancy. Add $500 if interested in a Suite Double occupancy.
On board the Okeanos II.
June 25 – July 5, 2024. : US$6800 + US$550 (National Park fee) = US$7,350
Cabin Double Occupancy. Add $350 if interested in a Suit Double occupancy.
On board Okeanos III.
Aug. 27 - Sep. 6, 2024. $6,525 + 555 (National Park Entrance fee) = $7080
Cabin Double Occupancy. Add $650 if interested in a Suit Double occupancy.
On board the SeaHunter.
Rate includes: 3 meals a day. Complimentary non-alcoholic drinks, beer, snacks, nitrox refills, Evacuation Insurance fee (Okeanos) ($30), and Dive Master.
ATTENTION: Both dive companies (Okeanos and SeaHunter) reserve the right to an overcharge of $200 for fuel compensation, but this would be announced at least two weeks prior to the expedition to be paid at the site and is subject to the global market.
Does not include tips nor snacks during San José – Puntarenas bus transfer.
Sea Change Agency
We recognize that sharks and sea turtles, as well as other threatened marine species, are vulnerable and telling barometers for the overall health of the oceans, and that they face many massive hurdles in their battle for survival. Many species are at tremendous risk. In response, we help support endangered populations and preservation projects in several key locations across the globe.
We strive to close the loop, educate people about their part in the problem, engage people in their part of the solution, and elevate the condition of the ocean at large, as well as our local waters.