Are you looking for a PADI 5* CDC facility in Playas del Coco, Costa Rica? Look no further you found Rich Coast Diving who offers diving for fun and all levels of PADI certifications.
Dive Costa Rica with Rich Coast Diving
Rich Coast Diving is the only PADI 5* CDC facility in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. Since 2005, RCD is run by Martin - our PADI course direcor & Brenda - our shop manager and good soul to everybody.
The Dutch couple brought plenty of experience, professionalism and motivation over from their previous dive centre in Curacao.
Now, being located in beautiful Playas del Coco, Costa Rica, it doesn't matter whether you are absolutely new to diving, interested in fun diving, whether you aim to go pro or proceed in your professional PADI career.
Rich Coast Diving is the place to be. Some of the best diving in Costa Rica - our staff is all up to date and trained on a frequent basis in order to stay familiar with the PADI standards.
This enhances great teaching skills so you can feel safe and have fun at the same time.Don't hesitate to request ANY further information - whether it is diving related or just about the area!
Dive Costa Rica
Scuba diving in Costa Rica the is most exciting during the rainy season which runs from June through to December as this is when the level of nutrients in the water swells and vast numbers of hammerheads as well as other marine life is attracted to the region.
Costa Rica lies in a region that is prone to changeable weather due to its location close to the equator. For those looking to take advantage of the calmer seas their visits should be planned for between December and May when the waters are a little calmer.
Dive sites range from those suitable for the novice as well as the more experienced diver as the dive sites here hold something to grab almost any divers attention. There are approximately twenty dive sites to choose from ranging from drift dives to vertical wall dives.
The waters around Costa Rica are a Marine National Park and care should be taken when diving to ensure that no damage occurs to the marine environment. The scalloped hammerheads are the big draw for divers however white tip reef sharks, tiger and guitar sharks are also to be found in the region along with a variety of rays.