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"Every dive was an adventure of a lifetime! The biodiversity was incredible - best dives of my life!!!" -- Stuart Fraenkel
© copyright by Carlos de la Cruz
© copyright by Carlos de la Cruz
© copyright by Carlos de la Cruz
We’re just back from another expedition to Cocos Island, and we saw hammerheads EVERYWHERE!

The crossing was smooth, and the visibility was just lovely pretty much all week long. Right from the start we saw hammers upon hammerheads at Manuelita Coral Garden, plus some active frogfish in the canal. In the afternoon, we again encountered massive numbers of hammerheads at Manuelita Outside!

Dirty Rock lived up to its reputation as we watched hammers streaming into the cleaning station, plus massive schools out in the blue. Getting lost in the dizzying schools of jacks at the pinnacle was another highlight!

Small Dos Amigos was also on fire, and we had some great dives there with little current and lots of hammerhead and Galapagos shark action.

On Day 3 we disembarked at the island for an afternoon hike. Everyone enjoyed exploring the majesty of Cocos Island from above water.

If you’re thinking of visiting Cocos, now is the time -- La Niña is in full swing and we’re planning some upcoming deals and discounts to celebrate the end of the pandemic. Email us at info@underseahunter.com for more info!

“What a spectacular week! We enjoyed calm waters, sunny days and hammerheads everywhere -- seriously, everywhere -- both in big schools and smaller groups at the cleaning stations. We also saw some eagle rays, and visibility was great. A fantastic trip overall!!” -- Carlos de la Cruz, Sea Hunter cruise director
Dive Conditions
Currents  
mild
strong
Visibility   100 ft / 30 m
Water Temp.   84°F / 29°C
Weather
Climate  
sunny
rainy
Sea  
calm
choppy
Crossings
to Cocos Island  
calm
choppy
to Puntarenas  
calm
choppy

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