The best tour in Isla Tortuga is with Zuma Tour
In our last publication "Why choose Montezuma" we have talked about the best things to do here.
And what will be Montezuma without the famous Isla Tortuga ?
Isla Tortuga is a beautiful island lost in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. The color of the water is blue like a sky without cloud. The island is surrounded by jungle. The sand is white like snow. For us, this place is a paradise. To spend the best time as possible, this is necessary to choose the best company to go. We recommend you the best in the peninsula : Zuma Tour
What you gonna do ?
You will go at 9 am in boat under the tropical sun and hair in the wind. The music will pace the trail, between the sound of the waves and the explications of the guides. You will discover the peninsula of Nicoya with a different point of view because you are in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. After approximately 40 min of boat, the dolphines will join you, swimming and jumping around you during some kilometers. If you are in the good season, you will be the chance to observe the whales.
You won't have the time to release for your emotions that you are diving with masks and snorkels in the middle of the ocean, between multicolored fishes and starfishes. If you are brave, you can go underwater to observe the sharks in their cave
After all these sensations, it's time to eat in the island. The cook will prepare you your favorite typical food with fish, meat or only vegetarian. You have the choice. You can savor the food with soda or beer. At the end of the lunch, you can choose to go on the top of the mirador to see the beautiful landscape or prefer to enjoy your time in the blue warm water of the island. You will go back at 4 pm in Montezuma.
Why Zuma Tour ?
First, all the team is composed by guides 100% costa rican who are completely at your services. They speak Spanish, English, and sometimes French ! They will take care of you and have fun during all the day like friends. The service is perfect from the beginning to the end. Before the expedition, don't hesitate to ask your questions in the reception.