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  • Depth8 - 18 m
  • SuitabilityOpen Water +
  • SeasonJan - Dec
  • VisibilityUp to 30 m
  • On the edge of the Natural Park of Maro-Cerro Gordo, this is an area with a great diversity of species from the smallest nudibranch to cuttlefish and octopus.

    For diversity of marine life, Calaiza delivers and experience into what makes Costa Tropical special whilst being suitable for all diving levels. Highly concentrated with macro life, Calaiza holds large numbers of nudibranchs such as Chromodoris krohni, Thuridilla hopei, Crimora papillata, Polycera quadrilineata and Fabellina affinis as well as preying cuttlefish and octopuses.