• Location: Quepos, Costa Rica
  • Duration: 4 hours (approx.)
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Weave your way past the giant twisted root systems that characterize mangrove forests on this boat tour of the largest mangrove ecosystem in Central America at Damas Island. This biodiversity hotspot is home to tons of birds, reptiles, and aquatic animals that you can spot easily with the help of your guide. This tour includes round-trip transportation from your Manuel Antonio or Quepos lodging as well as lunch or dinner.

Highlights

  • Boat tour of mangrove forest on Damas Island
  • See part of Central America's largest mangrove forest ecosystem, a hotbed of biodiversity
  • Spot native wildlife such as monkeys and tropical birds in their native habitat
  • Guided tour provides information about local wildlife and regional history
  • Popular activity among families with kids
  • Typical Costa Rican lunch or dinner included
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off included

What You Can Expect

Damas Island Mangrove Boat Tour from Manuel Antonio

Tour for all ages

Customer Reviews

Nancy S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

Maria was our guide. She was knowledgeble and professional. The tour includes lunch that was served family style and was typical Costa Rican. We saw a bunch of Cappacino monkeys close up. In fact, they got on top of the boat's roof. We saw lots of birds and some bats. We learned a lot about the history of Costa Rica in general and particular to this area. Boat was comfortable and safe and they provided bottled water. Mosquitos were not a problem. Driver was a great navigator and got us close to animals. No flash photography allowed.

Carol M

4 star rating: Recommended February 2018

Beautiful tour of the mangroves! The guide was professional and a good naturalist. This is not a tour for birders to see tons of birds. Interesting history and immersion on the Mangrove forests and their impacts on the area.
The boat had poor access for boarding, the company needs to figure out a way to have steps available not a broken concrete block...

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