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Kayak Jungle Tour - Sarapiqui River - Costa Rica

Kayak Jungle Tour - Sarapiqui River - Costa Rica

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Beginner kayakers are at ease on this Sarapiqui River kayaking tour. Roll over mild class I and II rapids on your way to wildlife watching zones along the river, which runs through a biodiverse section of the jungle. You might see tropical birds, wild orchids, and more as you follow your guide along the course.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$69.54
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Cinco Ceibas Sarapiqui ,One Day Tour, Lagoon Tour + Elevated Trail or Horse back

Cinco Ceibas Sarapiqui ,One Day Tour, Lagoon Tour + Elevated Trail or Horse back

Within the primary forest and the humid tropical climate, Located in Pangola. A source of life is born, it is the origin of a wonder and majestic lagoon surrounded by lush vegetation. Large trees and multicolored leaves are part of the charm and how much you can find. Ideal to share with family and friends, by kayak or boat you will have the opportunity to sail and travel more than 2 kilometers long and 500 meters wide, in full contact with nature and the jungle environment that surrounds you, you will also have the opportunity to observe and listen to the different species of flora and fauna that inhabit the area. Together with your guide you will learn local culture, which will not only keep you company, it will also give you all the information about the many species that we will find on the tour. Relaxation, meditation, sport and much peace.
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  • 11 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$125.00
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Full-Day Paragliding and Kayak with Wildlife Reserve Visit from San Jose

Full-Day Paragliding and Kayak with Wildlife Reserve Visit from San Jose

Combine adventure with wildlife during a full-day tour that’s designed with thrill seekers in mind. Escape the crowds and enjoy unobstructed views of Caldera Beach during a paragliding experience; access parts of the coast that you can’t get to on foot or by car during a kayaking tour; and see animals that you’re unlikely to see in the wild at a conservation centre.
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  • 12 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$255.13
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Kayak Tour, Canopy and visit the Wildlife Reserve in Puntarenas from San José

Kayak Tour, Canopy and visit the Wildlife Reserve in Puntarenas from San José

See the nature of Costa Rica from three different perspectives during a high-octane tour that combines kayaking and ziplining with a visit to a wildlife center. Designed with thrill seekers in mind, this tour lets you skip the hassle of arranging three separate activities by taking care of admission tickets and transfers between each location. Plus, exploring by kayak gives you access to parts of the coast that are usually unreachable.
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  • 12 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$203.85
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