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Bill Beard is the true pioneer of scuba diving in Costa Rica.
Bill Beard is the true pioneer of scuba diving in Costa Rica.

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Scuba Diving Vacations In Costa Rica With Bill Beard's https://lnkd.in/e5cQSs5 #scubadiving #costarica #costaricaholidayvacation
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Picture yourself in Costa Rica sitting in the thermal waters of a volcano!!!
Costa Rica is a hotbed of relaxing mud baths, mineral pools, and thermal hot springs..http://newsletter.billbeardcostarica.com/?na=view&id=98 #costaricahotsprings #costaricaspringbreak
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Olive Ridley Sea turtles in Costa Rica.

These little dot looking things on the beach are actually Olive Ridley Turtles on the Pacific Ocean side of Costa Rica.

The beach of Ostional is the scenery for a rarely-seen biological wonder. In rainy season, the week before new moon, hundreds - and sometimes hundreds of thousand sea turtles come to one specific mile of beach at Ostional to dig their eggs into the black, volcanic sand.

The Ostional Wildlife Refuge in Costa Rica was created in 1984 to protect one of the world's most important nesting sites of the .

Some days or weeks before the mass nesting, the "flotilla", an increasing number of turtles, congregates close offshore. After some days, prompted by some secret signal, the "arribada" will begin. At first, a few hundred turtles will come out on the beach, followed by a steady stream of animals for the next three to seven days.

Turtles nest at Ostional year round, but peak time is during rainy season. From August through December arribadas occur regularly once, sometimes even twice a month, and the numbers of nesting females are in the range of hundreds of thousands as opposed to tens of thousands for the dry season months. Usually the arribadas occur during the darkest nights: a few days before the new moon, when the majority of turtles arrives between 8 pm and 4 am.

The largest "arribada" thus far recorded in Ostional, took place in November 1995 when a calculated 500 000 females came ashore. If you would like to visit Costa Rica and witness this, please contact www.billbeardcostarica.com
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DAS BOOT - Dusseldorf Jan 19 -27 - YES, this motley looking crew will be there in Hall 13 Stand F31.9 - All cleaned up with new Bill Beard shirts. Stop by and learn about Costa Rica Specials and FREE prize drawings. http://newsletter.billbeardcostarica.com/?na=view&id=101
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DAS BOOT - Dusseldorf Jan 19 -27 - YES, this motley looking crew will be there in Hall 13 Stand F31.9 - All cleaned up with new Bill Beard shirts. Stop by and learn about Costa Rica Specials and FREE prize drawings. http://newsletter.billbeardcostarica.com/?na=view&id=101
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BOOT - DUSSELDORF GERMANY - JAN 19 - 27, 2019
Bill Beard's Adventure & Scuba Diving Is In Hall 13 Stand # F31.9 - Discover the holiday of your dreams in Costa Rica at boot Düsseldorf: from eco tours, rain & cloud forest, hiking, sloths, monkeys, adventure, rafting, waterfalls, scuba diving, surfing, fishing. SHOW SPECIALS. http://newsletter.billbeardcostarica.com/?na=view&id=101
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U.S. winter is Costa Rica's summer

It's the "dry season". The rain stopped and will not start again until May. It is HOT since there are no clouds. Locals are back to work - no crowds. Beach temperature is 93 degrees F. Mountain Temperatures are 86 degrees F.
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You've heard about it - Now find out for yourself that this IS the place...
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