If you are a lover of the ocean and nature, and want to get away from the noise and hustle and bustle of your hotel and the more touristy area of Guanacaste, our private morning half-day tour is perfect. The tour leaves at 8 AM and returns around 12 (4 hours) and will take you away from the civilization for a while. It is one of the most popular Guanacaste Sailing Tours we offer.
During this trip, with luck, several wildlife species can be observed while sailing along the coast of the province of Guanacaste.
Some of the most frequent species are dolphins, whales, seabirds, sea turtles, fish (the tour includes trolling fishing, so hopefully you can catch some mackerel, or maybe even a tuna).
After leaving the beach of your hotel (the tour includes pick-up and drop-off directly from the hotel beach) we will first navigate to a rocky pinnacle away from everything, where we will do a snorkeling session in search of the many species of tropical coral fish , famous for their incredible colors.
Later, you will visit a beautiful private and pristine beach, without human development, where you can rest in the sand, under a tree, swim in the sea, read a book, or you can enjoy more snorkeling or stand up paddling or ocean kayaking ( depends on the boat)
It is certainly a very complete and ideal trip for groups of friends, families or coworkers (incentive trip)
Around 12 we will be returning to the beach of your hotel.
Morning 4 hour sailing tour
What is the main difference between the morning half day sailing tour and the afternoon sunset sailinog trip ? Basically the only difference is that during the sunset sailing tour you will watch the sunset from the catamaran, while as during the morning tour obviously not. Besides that, all the activitiees are the same. During the rainy season, you might want to book the morning tour since chances of rainfall are lower than during the sunset sail.
The tour includes: Drinks, Fruits, snacks, chips, snorkeling with a guide somewhere special, and stand up paddling and ocean kayaking (depends on the boat)