Mangrove River

With this Mangrove River Kayak Tour you will observe many birds, monkeys, iguanas and experience the unique biodiversity of the mangrove along the Rio Ora while paddling through mangrove tunnels, at the beginning of the activity, your guide explains the safety procedures and provides instructions for kayaking, and then you’ll gear up and hop on your kayak.. Then you will ending up at Camaronal Beach – a remote, dark golden-colored sand beach – to chill and enjoy tasty fruits and fresh water brought by the guide. If you are quite enough, you may see some Cormorants and Roseate spoonbills  so don’t forget your waterproof camera!

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Duration

3 hours

What to Bring

swimsuit

waterproof camera

hat

sunscreen

sunglasses

clothes to get wet

water shoes

towel 

Includes

snacks and drinks

round trip transportation 

certified guide

Minimum people

2

Departs

8 AM

 

Did you know?

The mangrove ecosystem is one of the most important to the world’s economies and one of the most endangered. Different species of mangrove trees have varying salt tolerance and grow in distinct layers where freshwater streams and rivers meet the sea. There are three kind of mangroves –  red, black and finally white – with different levels of salt water sensibility. In addition to providing habitat to raccoons, tropical cats, sloth and a myriad of birds that are easily seen above the water mangrove forests serve two very important ecological functions under water. Second and more impressively they are the nursery for hundreds of fish, crab, shellfish and other marine species as well as crocodiles.

 One of the biggest threats to the world and Costa Rica’s mangrove forests’ health is pollution.

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16th of April to 15th of December

Monday to Saturday 8.30 AM to 6 PM

 

16th of December to 15th of April

Monday to Sunday 8.30 AM to 6 PM

 

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