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Snorkeling / Coastal Kayaking

Snorkeling / Coastal Kayaking TourThe adventure begins near the developing Pez Vela (Sail Fish) Marina in Quepos and winds along the Manuel Antonio coastline. Indulge yourselves at a rare jewel of a beach – a hidden Manuel Antonio treasure at Biezans Bay – for a refreshing swim and delicious local snacks. And feel free to have your bilingual naturalist guide direct you to the best snorkeling spots as you experience three small but growing, active, and astounding coral reef systems nestled very close to the shore of Biezans Bay.
After an unforgettable experience at Biezans, continue paddling – if you choose to do so – towards Manuel Antonio National Park and wonder at the nearby nesting islands where exotic boobies and frigates call home year round. Ask your naturalist guide to steer you towards their favorite species’ nesting spots and most popular locations for local aquatic marine life. And finally end your adventure with a relaxing yet rewarding hot lunch in typical Costa Rican flavor near the beach at a local Manuel Antonio hot spot before you return to your Costa Rican residence.
Overall, this kayaking adventure is fun for just about every one, yet it is a terrific way to experience the exotic Costa Rica coastline in a way that only Manuel Antonio can be shown.

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includes round trip transportation, bilingual guides and naturalists, kayaks, snorkeling and all equipment needed, security, snacks and drinks

Single or Double Open-Seat Kayaks Available

8:00 to 12:00 / 13:00 to 17:00

Some experience in open-seat kayaking is preferred, and a reasonable fitness level is recommended since this adventure involves kayaking in the open ocean where some strong waves and surf are common. Children under age 10 might have to paddle in a double kayak with an adult. We recommend wearing comfortable clothes and shoes that can get wet, and don’t forget your bathing suit, camera, sunscreen, hat, and towel.
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