Get on board and explore the Canals!

Nature wakes up in the morning and slows down in mid-day heat. The earlier you are on the boat, the more animals you will hear and see. Promised!

CANOE

enjoy  nature with family and friends

Canoe tour info:

  • Tour start: 5:45 AM
  • Meeting point: our office
  • Duration: approx. 3 hours
  • Tour language: 
  • english, spanish
  • german / french traduction (on demand, special price)

The tour can also be started at 08:30 am / 11:00 a.m. / 02:00 pm. We normally recommend the start at 06:00 am because of the higher number of species that can be observed at this time and the increasing heat in the morning.

includes:

  • bilingual local tour guide
  • experienced naturalist
  • high quality binoculars
  • coffe and fruit snack
  • rain gear (on demand)

what to bring:

  • t-shirt
  • shorts
  • open shoes / Flip-Flops
  • camera
  • sun protection
  • rain gear
  • water bottle

We will protect your valuables in a dry bag in case of rain.

$ 20 / adult

$ 15 / children (up to 12 years)

$ 15 / $ 5 entrance fee for Tortuguero National  Park per day not included

KAYAKING

single or double seater

Kayaking tour info:

  • Tour start: 5:45 AM
  • Meeting point: our office
  • Duration: approx. 3 hours
  • Tour language: 
    • english, spanish
    • german / french traduction (on demand, special price)

The tour can also be started at 08:30 am / 11:00 a.m. / 02:00 pm. We normally recommend the start at 06:00 am because of the higher number of species that can be observed at this time and the increasing heat in the morning.

includes:

  • bilingual local tour guide
  • experienced naturalist
  • binoculars for experienced kayakers
  • coffe and fruit snack

what to bring:

  • t-shirt
  • shorts
  • shoes that can get wet
  • sun protection
  • small water bottle
  • optional: waterproof Camera

minimum 2 persons per tour

$ 40 / adult

$ 35 / children (up to 12 years)

$ 15 / $ 5 entrance fee for Tortuguero National  Park per day not included

what our guests say:

We took the 6:00 am canoe tour. We had a group of 5 (never bigger than 8) and all were supplied with a cup of coffee and binoculars. We never got binoculars so far in Costa Rica and it defenitly makes a huge difference in spotting and observing animals, particularly from the water. With a canoe (rowing and electrical motor) you can go deep into the reserve while with a bigger motor boat you are not permitted. Francisco was fast on spotting all types of animals, birds (including 2 toucans), reptiles (caiman and iguanas), and mammals like monkeys and sloths.

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