The Wanderer was the classroom for a great bunch of kids getting their first lesson in the blue water marine ecosystem.
Captain William took this family for an up-close look at the inbound Sea Turtle migration to Ostinal.
Later in the evening this little dude scored a nice White Tuna.
Nice way to end the day for the hard-working flagship the Wanderer.
The Ostinal Turtle Migration is in full effect! From August to December these ancient creatures arrive to nearby Playa Ostinal to lay their eggs; after 14 days the hatchlings make a mad dash for the sea. Due to human interference, there are only 6 places left on Earth where this phenomenon can be witnessed.
If you are planning on visiting the Nosara area in the next few months you do not want to miss this event. FishingNosara offers guided Safari Tours to Ostinal for both the arrividad and regresso, so make sure you plan a day for the turtles.
The Wanderer relaxed today with a nice nature tour.
First he was happy to welcome the Portel family for a morning nature tour where they saw dolphins, birds, whales and some particularly amorous turtles.
This is a common site in our area since we are just a few kilometers south of the Ostinal National Refuge which host one of the largest sea turtle spawning in the world.