More than 307 thousand hectares of wetlands are well protected in Costa Rica, including Damas mangrove, which extends 3500 hectares from Quepos – Parrita creating a biological corredor along the coast, this is a roosting and feeding area for big number of birds, resident and migratory from North – South America. Sandpipers, Plovers, Terns, Seagulls, Herons, Ospreys, Spoonbills and plenty other species coexist year round in this productive ecosystem.
We offer boat trips through the estuary and canals in one of the largest mangrove protected areas of the Central Pacific. This tour consists in 2hrs of quality wildlife observation and the interpretation of this amazing biological community known as Manglar.
White faced Capuchins, Three toad Sloths, Boa Snakes, American Crocodiles and Anteaters are possible to observe and photograph during this adventure.
The 15 passengers boat is comfortable and safe, our Captain Walter is a local expert that knows the flat water of Damas Mangrove very well.
Starting time depends on high tide.
Is PROHIBITED feeding wildlife, including Capuchin Monkeys.
Minimum 2 persons required, for single or private group tours please send your request, we would love to personalize your experience.
Included: roundtrip transportation – Manuel Antonio and Quepos area.
Dress CodeComfortable clothing, tennis or sandals, had.