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Ojochal

This little village is hidden in the South Pacific, about one hour drive south of the National Park Manuel Antonio. The area in between Dominical-Uvita-Ojochal is called Costa Ballena, and you will find there the national park Marino Ballena. Ballena means "whale".

This area is well known because of the appearance of the humpback whales twice a year to give birth to their babies. From the end of December until late March these whales are coming from the northpole, and from the end of July until end October you will see the wahles coming from the Southpole.

There is much to do in Ojochal and its surroundings:

- dolphin-, sea turtle- and whale watching
- endless tropical beaches
- waterfalls
- mangroves, with a lot of wildlife!
- surfing
- snorkling and scubadiving at Caño Island
- visiting the famous National Park Corcovado
- visit the spheres (In June 2014, the Precolumbian Chiefdom Settlements with Stone Spheres of the Diquis was inscribed on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites)

I made a special brochure for you.

Ojochal is also well know for its good restaurants: Indonesian, Thai, Italian, French and local food.


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