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Once the private home of film director John Huston, Las Caletas is an exclusive tropical beach hideaway that he thought was one of the most beautiful places in the world. Here ... more
Once the private home of film director John Huston, Las Caletas is an exclusive tropical beach hideaway that he thought was one of the most beautiful places in the world. Here you can enjoy an extraordinary day of sun, fun, adventure and of course your dive with your friendly sea lion (on second dive only). Only accessible by sea, this secluded nature preserve stands out against a steep, jungle backdrop of tropical forest in an isolated cove on the southern shores of Banderas Bay.
During your first dive at Las Caletas, your professional instructor will make an evaluation to ensure that you’re ready for your second dive with your new friend - the sea lion. You’ll interact, play and hug in an amazing underwater experience in the clear waters of this protected cove. Enjoy lunch at Las Caletas, after your two dives.
Note: Participants must be at least 10 years of age, must be certified divers and present their certification card. Divers must have logged a dive within the last 12 months. Your SCUBA equipment (including wetsuit) and professional supervision are included.
This tour is not offered on the following Panama Canal sailings: Norwegian Jewel September 25, 2014, Norwegian Pearl October 3, 2014 or Norwegian Star November 3, 2014. less
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*Prices vary by sail date.
NCL makes arrangements for Guests for shore excursions solely for the convenience of the Guest; NCL does not act on behalf of or supervise the parties or persons who own, furnish, or operate such excursions, and the same are provided by independent contractors. NCL assumes no responsibility for, nor guarantees the performance of, any such excursion provider, and Guests acknowledge that NCL shall not be liable for losses or injuries arising from the acts or omissions of such provider.