At Curu Wildlife Refuge and Tambor Tropical, Nicoya Peninsula (13-17 April)
Imagine paddling in crystal clear water, snorkeling just off a white-sand beach, and catching a glimpse of sea turtles, laughing at playful monkeys and gliding right by huge pelicans while caching your own meal together. You can experience all this on this kayak adventure at Curu Wildlife Refuge, a small wildlife preserve and national park on the southern tip of the Nicoya Peninsula. This location provides easy access to the park’s extensive system of hiking trails, the crystal clear waters of the Pacific, several beautiful beaches, a mangrove estuary, excellent snorkeling, the Tortuga Islands and incredible wildlife, including sea turtles, monkeys and Scarlet Macaws.
A true paradise for sea kayaking, the Reserva Curu on the Nicoya Peninsula is the point of departure for amazing adventures and coastal explorations into the Gulf of Nicoya.
Our five-day sea kayak expedition takes you into the heart of “the dry coast” and allow you to encounter marine and terrestrial wildlife you can only experience camping on white sand beaches.
Catch your own food and cook it on your own made fire or oven.
Immerse yourself in the tropical life from dawn to dusk.
Every sunset and sunrise will stay with you for the rest of your life!