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2024 Costa Rica Kayak Tours!

Thank you for your interest in our Costa Rica Kayak Tours for 2024! 

We are offering two seven-day tours in February. See below for dates.

We are based in Drake Bay near Corcovado National Park in the southwest corner of Costa Rica. This is an area known for its calm beautiful shorelines and is one of the most biologically complex wild areas in the world.

Our tours are designed as 'soft' adventures, offering scenic paddling in protected waters with unusually calm seas, hiking, comfortable accommodations, delicious local food, and flexible itineraries.

What makes our tours most unique is group size, which typically ranges from 2 - 6, ensuring a personalized experience. We use fiberglass single Canadian kayaks in waters suitable for beginners to experienced, returning to our comfy guest house each afternoon, where most meals will be served!

Photos for both the kayaking and birding trip can be found here

2024 tours and dates:

Drake Bay Sea Kayaking One Week Tour

Early Bird Price (available to Sept 30th)  $4,095 USD

Regular Price $4,295 USD

Per Person based on Double Occupancy 

Our standard trip is 7 days and 6 nights based out of a beautiful family-run guest house on a hilltop overlooking Drake Bay. This includes all meals, accommodation and in country flights etc. as well as a guided visit with a Costa Rican Naturalist to Corcovado Rain Forest National Park! 

Dates Available:

January 29th to February 4th, 2024

February 20th to 26th, 2024

Custom dates are also available.

Talamanca Could Forest Birding Tours 

Early Bird Price (available to Sept 30th)  $1995 USD

Regular Price $2,095

Per Person based on Double Occupancy 

We also do a 3-day, 3-night birding and natural history tour through the Talamanca Mountains Cloud Forest by van back to San Jose. We stay with local family run accommodations in very special and unique birding areas which we have enjoyed sharing it with guests for over 25 years! A relaxing way to experience the cloud forest with us on your way back to San Jose. 

Dates Available:

February 4th to 7th, 2024

February 26th to 29th, 2024

Custom dates are also available.

Please let us know the number of people in your party, and which week you are considering, and we can confirm tour availability!

To book or If you have any questions or would like to discuss our trips by phone, you can reach us at 250-539-2442 or 250-539-8344 (cell).

We look forward to hearing from you!

See Costa Rica’s exotic wilderness

Despite its small size, Costa Rica offers a wide range of habitats, allowing for a spectacular level of biodiversity that draws nature lovers from around the world. Osa Peninsula wildlife features howler, squirrel, and white-faced monkeys, sloths, coatamundis, toucans, and the rare Scarlet Macaw.

Corcovado National Park, and the Osa Peninsula in southwestern Costa Rica, is the most species rich area in Central America. The peninsula offers a visual feast of wildlife. It is home to the brilliant Scarlet Macaw, the highest trees in the nation, 365 species of birds, 140 types of mammals, 117 types of reptiles and amphibians, and over 40 species of freshwater fish. There are 13 major ecosystems nearby. Owing to its isolation, biological diversity, and its large tracts of old growth forest, the Osa Peninsula is one of Costa Rica’s richest natural areas.

National Geographic has referred to it as “the most biologically intense place on Earth.”

Costa Rica: the ‘Switzerland of Latin America’

Costa Rica is a democratic nation that has no standing army, one of the best public education systems in Latin America, and a population that enjoys good healthcare.