Tiskita faces the Golfo Dulce. The Goflo Dulce, a tropical fjord, is a biodiversity hotspot. The beaches in the bay, including Pavones, are popular for surfing, and local fishermen use the bay for small-scale fishing. Tiskita offers boat tours to explore the Golfo Dulce with a local fisherman.
Summary about the Golfo Dulce by George W. Bassel:
"The Golfo Dulce in Costa Rica is one of three tropical fjords in the world. This unique aquatic habitat is home to a great diversity of marine life including dolphins, sea turtles, tropical fish, and is an important place for humpback whales and whale sharks to both breed and give birth. The beaches surrounding the Golfo Dulce also serve as a major nesting ground for hawksbill, Olive Ridley and leatherback ocean turtles."
Tropical fjords are extremely deep:
"The topography of the Golfo Dulce is such that the mouth of the gulf has a depth of 50 meters, while the interior region of the gulf reaches depth of over 200 meters."
whale & dolphin spotting
Sometimes, depending on the season, whales and dolphins can be spotted. The most common whales in and around the bay are Humpback and Pilot Whales.
It is possible to fish with a local fisherman for Red Snapper, Yellowfin Tuna, Roosterfish, Kingfish, Dorado, Mackerel and more. It is sustainable fishing.