La Perla del Sur

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Description:

This natural phenomenon is one of the 3 migratory phenomena that reach Costa Rica. The migration season of Humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) occurs twice a year. The first migration, from January to March, brings visitors from the north, with an approximate population of 1000 individuals. The second migration, from July to October, involves whales from the southern hemisphere, spotted in the national waters, starting from July 16th to October 30th.

Similarly, this tour starts at 8 am and combines with mangrove tours, Corcovado National Park, and Isla del Caño Biological Reserve, with respective activities at each destination.

Entrance to the stations, certified local guide, lunch at Playa Blanca, San Josecito, or Violines in the case of Isla del Caño visit, water transportation, insurance, equipment, tours, and other services are included. Departure at 8 am and ends at 4 pm.

Note: This tour is seasonal.

Includes:

  • Entrance to the stations.
  • Certified local guide.
  • Lunch at Playa Blanca.
  • Water transportation.
  • Insurance.
  • Equipment.
  • Tours.

Recommendations:

  • Shorts.
  • Shoes.
  • Water shoes.
  • Reusable water bottle
  • Sunscreen.
  • Swimsuit.
  • Mosquito repellent.

It is not allowed:

  • Single-use plastics.
  • Food.
  • Drugs.
  • Cigarettes or e-cigarettes.
  • Any type of personal weapons or blades.
  • Any generated trash must be brought back.

Contact information

Phone: +506 2788-1082
WhatsApp: +506 8825-3326 / +506 8380-8184
Fax: +506 2788-1180
E-mail address: info@laperladelsur.cr

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