Costa Rica is one of the most favored vacation spots in Central America. There are over 2.5 million vacationers that visit Costa Rica each year. According to a press release by CR Drive quite a few of those visitors explore diving and the underwater aquatic ecosystems, including their vegetation and wildlife.
Exploring the underwater Costa Rican coast is something that many vacationers look forward to on their trip. The infographic created by CR Drive provided valuable statistics on the attraction to the Costa Rica. There is about 25 percent of the country's forests, land and water that reside in protected areas.
Jurassic Park was filmed on the world-famous Cocos Island which reported has some of the best diving spots. Diving is considered a popular activity on Cocos Island which includes various types such as shark diving, reef diving and blue water diving.
The infographic provides descriptive detail about the marine life and diving types for several islands in Costa Rica. Caño Island is also a popular diving location which also has a wide range of underwater colorful wildlife. National Geographic reported that the island is known as one of the earth's most biodiverse regions. There are rock pinnacles, canyons and caves which divers are encouraged to dive around.
It's always encouraged to include a certified and highly-skilled team of diving instructors whenever diving.
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