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Costa Rica’s pristine shores and islands are overflowing with abundant wildlife, rich green forests, volcanic landscapes, and crystal blue waters with fabulous marine life. Over 200 species of fish - including white tip sharks, whale sharks, dolphins, coral reefs and more are noteworthy. There are plenty of things-to-do in Costa Rica from snorkeling to hiking, it’s a feast for the eyes for the whole family.
Bahia De Golfito - Jump onto one of the yacht’s jet skis or kayak along the tranquil bays for some morning fun. Then, head ashore to discover the ancient Mangrove trees. Visit the botanical garden that offers a unique guided experience where you may spot some native monkeys, macaws, or toucans!
Isla del Caño - Visit a beautiful national park with a protected marine area, Isla del Caño offers unbelievable hiking trails and scenic views. A wide range of snorkeling and diving sites cater to all experiences and levels. Offshore sport fishing is also permitted in certain areas. Experience one of our favorite memory-filled activities, swimming with spinner dolphins with a local marine biologist. It’s a must!
Drake Bay - Known as a World Heritage Site on the outskirts of the Corcovado National Park, Drake Bay is one of the most biodiverse places on earth. A guided kayak tour up the RioRio Aguja is a great way to enjoy the island’s rainforest. Explore the island on horseback along the Sendero Rio Claro to the San Pedrillo ranger station. You’ll have some unique opportunities to take some photographs of the surroundings and see the island’s native monkeys swimming from the trees.
Isla Tortuga - For fabulous views from above, we can plan a private helicopter tour of the Arenal Volcano and the surrounding national park. If you’re looking for a relaxing day ashore, there’s a luxury spa that features natural thermal springs for its pools. It makes for an excellent day to unwind in nature.
Bahia Huevos - Famous for its lush green forest and array of small islands to explore, Bahia Huevos is a popular Costa Rica spot. Catch Mahi Mahi and Roosterfish here if you love to fish, and scuba dive to see Eagle Rays and Whitecap Sharks. There are plenty of things to do ashore like taking a biplane through the rainforest canopy to see the beautiful landscape from different angles. If you love to surf, Witches Rock boasts some of the best waves in Costa Rica and is just a 20-minute tender ride away.
Enjoy all of Costa Rica’s fabulous activities aboard Next Chapter as you dine on board with delicious meals prepared for instance, a sample Italian Dinner menu on board:
Amuse Bouche: Prosciutto Gorgonzola Truffle on a smoked pepper flat bread, sweet potato Cnocchi Beef Ragu
Starter: Canelloni topped with Pesto in a Pommodoro Sauce
Entree: Tagliatelle Trio With Mozzarella, Figs, Wild Mushrooms, Garlic and Fine Herbs Caramelised Slow Cooked Pork Belly, Roasted Leeks, Saffron Confit Potatoes with Balsamic Jus
Dessert: Hot Nutella Chocolate Lava Cake
About NEXT CHAPTER
Next Chapter is a 6 Stateroom 180’ Benetti yacht featuring an experienced and family-friendly charter crew. Winners of Best Cocktail and Best Tasting Tapas at the Caribbean Charter Show. Next Chapter full width master stateroom located on the main deck with an observations lounge, upper deck VIP cabin, enclosed air conditioned gym on the sun deck, beach club with generous swim platform, Seahunter Tournament with quad 425HP Yahama (towed tender) great for sport fishing along with tournament fishing gear for those who love to fish!
For more information on a Costa Rica yacht charter with Next Chapter, contact us at All Yachts Worldwide to customize the itinerary of your dreams. We’ll make sure you have a memorial vacation for you and your guests.