Caño Negro is a biosphere reserve and belongs to the RAMSAR Convention. What does this mean exactly? It means that Caño Negro is globally recognized for their protected wetlands. With over 300 species of birds of which 101 are migratory and close to 100 different types of animals including over 7,000 caimans (similar to alligators), find out why the Canoe Caño Negro tour is a photographers dream!
Pure nature and adventure can be experienced on this Canoe Caño Negro tour. While paddling your own canoe along the river banks don’t be surprised to see the various wildlife that include two-toed sloths, white-faced monkeys, howler monkeys, green basilisk lizards (Jesus Lizards who walk on water), caiman and white-tailed deer.
You will be canoeing the largest lagoon system in the North of Costa Rica with a knowledgeable, bilingual guide, being sure you don’t miss a beat! Your Canoe Caño Negro tour starts with a two hour drive to the village where we will enjoy a traditional Costa Rican breakfast. (Optional).
Departures: 7:30 AM approx.
Length: 8.5 Hours Approx.
Children: Minimum age is 5 and they pay the same price as an adult.
Restrictions: Not suitable for women over 5 months pregnant, children less than 8 years of age, or anyone under the influence of drugs and alcohol.
Note: Due to the proximity of Nicaragua, it is advised to bring a copy of your passport with you in case stopped at routine checkpoints.
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