Whether it's a lazy day cruise, coastal fishing or perhaps a seven island tour, we've got something for everyone.
PLAYA QUESERA SNORKELING & BBQ
A fun-filled day starting with a 35-minute boat ride to Playa Quesera where you'll be able to see dolphins, turtles and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the peninsula.
Playa Quesera is located on the eastern side of Curu National Park. This is one of the most beautiful and most popular white-sand beaches in the Nicoya Peninsula with crystal clear water. You'll also get the opportunity for some snorkeling before we head off for a BBQ lunch on Tortuga Island.
This is a full-day tour and include visits to the Isla Iguanas, Isla Negritos, Isla Cedros, Isla Jesusita, Isla Pajaros, Isla San Lucas, and Isla Tortuga.
These islands are unique and include an old Costa Rican prison, an island where people still
live and work, two islands which are exceptional for bird watching, a cemetery island, an Iguana island, and the wonderful Isla Tortuga where we will have a chance to do a bit of snorkeling or just sit and relax on the
We´ll take you inside the Pochote estuary which is a beautiful, peaceful place where you can enjoy watching many types of birds and sometimes Howler Monkeys. Afterwards, enjoy some time in the estuary while we take you through Tambor Bay - a beautiful place for kayaking.
This tour is ideal for those of you who just want to relax and enjoy yourselves. The day begins when we pick you up from your hotel and make our way to Tambor Bay. All you have to do is lie back and enjoy the beautiful views from the Gulf, soak up the sunset, and enjoy some drinks and snacks. And if you're lucky, you'll get to see some dolphins and whales too.
A 2.5-hour interactive experience that starts at 5 pm from Tambor beach. 10 minutes later we reach Playa Muertos, a beautiful white sandy beach on the north side of Tambor bay where you can swim in the crystal clear water or simply relax on the fine white sand, watch the beautiful sunset.
At dusk, you can observe the phenomenon of the lights in the water caused by organisms that react to movement, either from the edge of the beach or dare to bathe in the halo of light around your body. We also provide a snorkeling mask so you can see the beautiful underwater, neon lights.