Now with Two Locations serving the Pittsburgh Area
Join us November 6th - 13th
$2225 Based on Double Occupancy for 7 Nights of All Inclusive!
Occidental Grand Papagayo is an adults only, all-inclusive 5* resort in the Gulf of Papagayo, Costa Rica.
A week's worth of underwater exploration in this region provides the chance to see turtles, large rays, octopus, moray eels, reef fish and macro creatures. Look out for a pygmy sea horse or neon-coloured nudibranch.
The resort is set into lush green hills looking out onto a calm Pacific Coast bay. Colonial style buildings with clay tiled roofs house spacious guestrooms with balconies. Two pools are set in the extensive gardens and surrounded by sun loungers. The beach is reachable on foot.
4 restaurants offer Japanese, Italian and international flavours for breakfast, lunch and dinner. 4 bars serve non-alcoholic drinks, beer, wine and cocktails throught the day.
Tennis, archery, chess, volleyball, snorkelling and kayaking is available. The onsite spa offers massage, a sauna, turkish bath and beauty treatments. Cyling, cultural and nature based excursions are encouraged.
Occidental Grand Papagayo is an adults-only, all-inclusive 5* resort, with divers enjoying turtles, rays, moray eels, pygmy seahorses and more in the stunning Gulf of Papagayo
Choose from more than 22 dive sites locally, including the Bat and Catalina Islands, to ensure you return home with broad experience of these rich waters
This lovely resort is set within lush gardens in a calm bay, featuring a quiet beach and two pools, making it a serene backdrop to your Costa Rican dive experience
Enjoy a slower pace of life at this calm resort, with gorgeous meals including teppenyaki, Italian a la carte and international buffets
Playas del Coco is particularly popular for its abundance of pelagic species. You won’t have to wait long before you find something big in the water.
During the rainy season, plankton blooms occur in the Pacific, attracting dozens of Giant Manta Rays, mobulas and migrating humpbacks and pilot whales. Occasionally, a whale shark may float past. Fantastic arrays of sharks, including the Bull Sharks of the Bat Islands also arrive from May to November to feast on offshore bait balls. Nurse sharks hide out in the caves of the Catalina Islands.
Throughout the year, colorful fish and endangered sea turtles cruise along the Guanacaste coast, stopping to lay eggs on the area’s beaches.
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If you have any questions - Please give us a call at 724-687-0005 or email us at Info@MarsScuba.com and we will be quick to answer any questions you may have!