Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

Camino del Agua

4 Days | Boat Tour, Snorkeling and Hiking

Explore the Osa Peninsula - home to 2.5% of the world's biodiversity! You'll visit rural communities and discover the regions unique water ways and marine ecosystems as you boat through mangroves, dive into pristine swimming holes, and snorkel at the famous Isla del Caño. You'll stay with local families during your trip and eat homemade typical Costa Rican cuisine!

Right for You?

Duration

4 Days / 3 Nights

Travel Style

Active Adventure, Connect with Nature, Off the Beaten Path and Cultural Immersion

Languages

English and Spanish

Physical Activity

Challenging workout

Location

Beach, Rainforest, Rural Communities and River

Connect

Wifi: Limited
Cell: Limited

Caminos de Osa

Locally Owned Community Association
Starts at:

$511/person

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Speaks: English and Spanish

Highlights

  • Private boat tour through mangroves for wildlife viewing
  • Community visits and family owned guesthouses
  • Hiking through primary rainforest
  • Snorkeling at Isla del Caño

Details

Schedule

Arrive at 9am at the Sierpe Azul Tours office for the mangrove boat tour.

Availability

Flexible Departure Date
All year

Group

2-10 travelers

What's Included

Lodging

3 Nights Guesthouse and Eco Lodge

Activities

Boat Tour, Community Visit, Getting to Know Locals, Snorkeling, Hiking and Swimming

Guide

Bilingual guide and Local guide (not bilingual)

Room

Private Room, Private Bathroom, Family Homestay and Shared Bathroom

Food

All meals included
Breakfast not included on Day 1.

Transport

Boat, Private car and Horse

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Caminos de Osa

Locally Owned Community Association

The Caminos de Osa Association offers travelers a unique new way to experience the beauty of the Osa Peninsula. They've worked closely with local communities to develop several new trails ('Caminos') to invite visitors to engage with communities and their unique culture, in addition to the flora and fauna that traditionally have attracted tourists to the region. They hope that these unique adventures will give travelers a new perspective on the region and spread the wealth of tourism activities to benefit more local people.

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Getting There

Transport options

Drive, Taxi, Get picked up (extra $) and Bus