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"I work full time as a diving instructor, I dive almost daily and have been lucky enough to travel all around the world for scuba, but the best dive of my life happened just a few days ago at a sight called Dirty Rock. As soon as we entered the water we were greated with thosands of fish hypnotically swimming around us. Not three minutes in and a whale shark blessed us with its presence. Being in the water with such a fantastically mysterious and humble creature is a heartstoppingly unforgettable experience. The whale shark reappeard two more times throughout our dive. The calls of dolphins brought our attention 20 meters abouve our heads where we could see the wonderful and happy creatures spinning and playing. Storm clouds of jacks flurried around us and sharks of all diffrent shapes and sizes slide in and out of view. To end our dive we were lead out into the open blue, everywhere you turned your head there was something magical to see, manta rays glazing by, galapagos sharks and of course the infamous Cocos schools of hammer heads. We could hardly leave the water because something diffrent kept catching our eyes. Every dive at Cocos was memerable and magical and I am grateful for it all." -- Genevieve Kemp, Colorado USA
Dive Conditions
Currents  
mild
strong
Visibility   80 ft / 24 m
Water Temp.   79°F / 26°C
Weather
Climate  
sunny
rainy
Sea  
calm
choppy
Crossings
to Cocos Island  
calm
choppy
to Puntarenas  
calm
choppy

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