Four adventurers kayaking through serene mangroves in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica.

Mystical Mangrove Kayaking in Nosara

Unveiling the Natural Serenity of Nicoya’s Mangroves

Embark on a serene journey through the lush mangroves of Nosara, where tranquility meets adventure. Glide across the gentle waters, witness diverse wildlife, and revel in the peacefulness of Costa Rica’s enchanting natural corridors.

Tour Highlights

  • Paddle through the serene mangroves at sunrise or sunset.
  • Spot over 120 species of birds and other wildlife.
  • Enjoy a secluded beach stop with black sand and refreshments.

What to Expect

Expect a peaceful excursion as you navigate through the dense mangroves, guided by the expert hand of a local, seasoned with tales of the area. The rhythmic sound of your paddle in the water, coupled with the symphony of birds, creates an ambient soundtrack to your adventure. Arriving at a hidden beach, you’ll have the opportunity to savor some refreshments and soak in the secluded beauty.

What’s Included

  • Use of single or double kayak
  • Stand-up paddleboard as an option
  • Life jackets for safety
  • Refreshing bottled water

Meeting and Pickup

Meet Your Guide:

  • Start Time: 11:00am
  • In Pelada, head down road that leads to the mouth of Rio MontaƱa, continue to the very end to meet your guide.
  • View Map

Echoes of Paddles and Wildlife: The Kayaker’s Reviews

With a unanimous 5-star rating, adventurers rave about their experiences:

  • “A peaceful and beautiful river tour.”
  • “Super knowledgeable guides with delicious snacks.”
  • “Quality kayaks made us feel safe and comfortable.”

A Paddling Paradise

In summary, this mangrove kayak tour offers a slice of paradise, a chance to disconnect and immerse yourself in the heart of nature. It’s not just a kayak trip; it’s a paddle through the lifeblood of Nicoya’s ecosystem.

Additional Information

  • Small children must sit on laps.
  • Weather-dependent experience with an alternate date or full refund offered in case of cancellation due to poor conditions.

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