La Perla del Sur

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Description:

The Térraba-Sierpe National Wetland is the largest in Costa Rica, formed by the two rivers Térraba and Sierpe, covering over 26,779 hectares. It is the second largest in Central America. This daytime adventure is perfect for observing species that are typically active during the day, such as monkeys, birds, sloths, some snakes, and the secondary forest along the river.

The mangrove expedition by catamaran is suitable for the whole family. Under Law 7600, there is no hiking involved. The tour includes a guide and captain, with an approximate duration of 3 hours on the river, where you'll discover the diversity of animals, such as white-faced monkeys, titi monkeys, boas, birds, turtles, among other species.

Includes:

  • 3-hour duration.
  • Beverages included.
  • Local bilingual guide and captain.
  • Can be done at any time of the day.
  • Parking available.

Recommendations:

  • Comfortable and light clothing.
  • Shorts or long pants.
  • Sandals or shoes.
  • Short-sleeved shirt.
  • Hat or cap.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Binoculars.
  • Camera.

It is not allowed:

  • Single-use plastics.
  • Food.
  • Drugs.
  • Cigarettes or e-cigarettes.
  • Any type of personal weapons or blades.
  • Any generated trash must be brought back.

Contact information

Phone: +506 2788-1082
WhatsApp: +506 8825-3326 / +506 8380-8184
Fax: +506 2788-1180
E-mail address: info@laperladelsur.cr

Our office

Sierpe, Península de Osa, Puntarenas - Open with Waze
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