Observe incredible wildlife by exploring the mangroves and Paloma island as well as witnessing breathtaking sunsets over the coasts of the Nicoya Peninsula. This two day experience on Chira Island will not only allow you to bear witness to what its environment has to offer but also to the community project led by the women on the island and an immersion to its culture through storytelling of various legends over dinner.
Chira is the biggest island in the Golf of Nicoya with a size of 43 km² and the most populated island of Costa Rica. Its residents work in small-scale fishing, clam harvesting, handicraft production and rural community tourism. The island has a designated Responsible Fishing Marine Area, which is home to hundreds of species of fish, birds and other animals, giving Chira Island its rich, natural splendor.