Mangrove in Damas Island, By Boat
from $59.00 per person
Find out why is the world is keeping an eye on and rewarding Costa Rica for wildlife conservation in this tour full of knowledge and fun.
Departure from: Manuel Antonio
This original educational tour made for all ages is not your typical science nature class, With this tour you will learn about Costa Rica´s natural history as you find yourself in the mouth of a river while the wildlife comes to you. Also, you will experience curious families of monkeys, boas, crocodiles, egrets and so many more species of animals as they migrate across the mangrove ecosystem in search of food and adventure; and discover the secret ways different exotic trees of Costa Rica replenish the environment worldwide, yet sustain themselves for decades of growth. Wind through acres of a protected, pristine Costa Rican estuary. And finally, end your adventure with a relaxing yet rewarding typical Costa Rical meal. If you wanna find out why is protecting our environment and taking care of the planet is so important but in a fun way, this is the best tour to get it.
- Roundtrip transportation
- Bilingual Guide
- Snacks and refreshments
- High-Tec estuary boats
Pick up time: Depending upon the tides
Secrets of the nature
One of our most popular tours is almost one of Iguana Tours’ most treasured secrets
If you think the Damas Island Estuary and Mangrove Boat Tour is sedentary then let our “interactive” tropical rainforest and delicate mangrove ecosystem knock you out of your seat in your boat. This adventure of Costa Rican natural history is recommended for any naturalist, young or old, who wants to experience first hand the pulse of the mangrove ecosystem and how it interacts with the international ecosystem.
Wind through acres of a protected pristine Costa Rican estuary as your experienced guides educate you on the secrets of the mangrove eco-structure so vital to Costa Rica and the world as well. And don’t forget to point out the caimans, sloths, crocodiles, stunning rainbow boas, white face monkeys, egrets, and so many more species of wildlife, as your boat leisurely winds its way through the mangrove channels along the gentle currents of the coastal tides. And finally, end your adventure with a relaxing yet rewarding meal in typical Costa Rican flavor at a local “hot spot” restaurant before you return to your Costa Rican residence.
Casual yet comfortable clothes and shoes for tropical weather, River sandals, bag spray, camera, binoculars, sun screen and hat