Private Transportation in Drake Bay Costa Rica

About Drake Bay

It is believed that the port or Bahia Drake in Costa Rica south pacific was used by Sir Francis Drake in the seventeenth century and also was the place where this English privateer hid one of their most precious treasures, but Drake is mostly known for being one of the major tourist destinations and more distant in Costa Rica.

The town of Agujitas (Drake), in which they reside approximately 1000 people, its economy is sustained by tourism. The place is far from the main track and can only be reached by car during the dry season. The sea and the Sierpe River, which passes an efficient service of boats, and a small airstrip are the only ways of communication during the rainy season.

Following this path you can go to beautiful beaches, the last of this is San Josecito that is surrounding the Corcovado National Park which is another great site for swimming and diving. Some area hotels have their own boats and offer tours of about a half days for fishing or just traveling.

Whale watching in the Costa Rica south pacific town of Drake Bay

In a small strip of land located north of Agujitas, there is a place of indigenous villages of indigenous heritage of the area. For visitors looking for typical souvenirs just need to arrive in this area, traditional materials and techniques are employed here by expert craftsmen. There are miles and miles of beautiful coastline with rocky cliffs and sandy coves that stretch from Bay Agujitas (where it is located Drake), toward the edge of the Corcovado National Park, which is approximately at a distance of 12 miles in a southerly direction. Along this coastline are some of the most remote and spectacular ecological hotels of Costa Rica. Each of these hotels offers an “all-inclusive” service and there are also transportation services by boat offered for the same hotel as a way to facilitate the arrival at their facilities.

Drake Bay is home to beautiful hotels designed to meet the wishes of those tourists who love the natural beauty of the country. It is also one of the main points for many other adventures in the South Pacific of Costa Rica. The diving near Caño Island, for example, is a wonderful experience that lets you see an incredibly diverse marine life and a stunning landscape underwater.

From January to September this area is the fate of humpback whales, which can be admired next to the dolphins in one of the many tours offered by the hotels. Known as a destination for world-class fishing and bear several records in this sport, this area will certainly provide an unforgettable experience. The tourist can be accommodated in one of the exclusive fishing hotels where the fisherman will meet other fans, or stay overnight nears the Corcovado National Park to explore the jungle. Corcovado has enormous biodiversity which is still preserved thanks to its remote location and the fact that most of the National Park have suffered minimal environmental impact in the past.

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