To be part of a Kayaking experience means to have the opportunity to go over the amazing oceans and rivers, one of the best things to do.
Best I could do was to row at a good pace. It was the ideal way to exploit the marine and coastal ecosystems of the country. As well, the nature, which is minimally invasive, is suitable for observing the marine wildlife.
Rowing across the Caribbean and Pacific coasts, I had the opportunity of watching the incredible environment that thrives above and below the sea surface.
A guide was always there, giving me the essential information and showing me the interesting places. I had the chance to learn a lot from the coasts and to have a memorable experience.
There are some recommended attractions for kayaking. You can find Manuel Antonio, Punta Uva, Puerto Viejo, Playa Tambor, Jaco, the surroundings of Isla del Cano and any other beach that offers a great sightseeing.
Punta Uva, is one of the places I went kayaking. I identified this beach with a soft sea breeze feeling while you are rowing around it. The tour took me to Playa Manzanillo where I rowed around the coral reefs near the coast. After the tour, I took a little rest at the beach and enoyed the Caribbean nature around.
On the Pacific Coast, I went kayaking to Playa Jaco, where besides enjoying the amazing view of the coast around the beach and the natural sea beauty I was able to enjoy the monkeys on the trees of the coast. A guide will join you during the tour and show you different interesting places.
Islas Damas is a great recommendation for kayaking. It offers you three types of mangrove forests connected by a myriad of narrow and hidden channels. Also, it offers you glimpses of white-faced monkeys, giant ant hills, sloths, exotic birds, crocodiles and more. After the adventure, there’s the perfect meal tico style in one of the local restaurants.
Kayaking means more than just rowing! Take one of the Costa Rica adventure travel packages to discover the oceans and rivers and everything it offers.
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