Paddling in proximity to Long Island, we can see many shore birds nesting or gliding on the thermals created by the offshore winds that hit this rocky outcrop. This island, as well as other nearby islands like the Gemelas and Olinga, is protected and forms an important part of the Manuel Antonio National Park. Beyond this point, we will paddle to Playa Espadilla braving the surf as we land ashore. To conclude our tour we will have lunch at a beachside restaurant before returninging to your hotel. Moderate physical condition required
3 - 4 hrs.
Departure times and location:
Daily at 8:00 a.m.
Return time and location:
Transportation from and to your hotel in the Manuel Antonio / Quepos area; specialized gear for the activity (sea kayaks, paddles, PFD?s); fruits and snacks in the tour; lunch at the end of the tour; professional & bilingual guide.
Transportation from any location outside the Manuel Antonio / Quepos area (although transfers from Jaco or any other location can be arranged); bar consumption or any additional order at lunch.
What to bring or Wear: Water sandals or sturdy water shoes, a bathing suit, sunscreen, bug spray, a towel, and if possible a change of clothes.