Bruce in kayak.

"We specialize in small group travel, which minimizes environmental impact, increases safety standards and allows for personalized, enriching and authentic experiences."

— Bruce Smith, founder and owner, Seascape Kayak Tours Inc.

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South Pacific – Azul y Verde

OSA2-7* NEW TRIP IN 2014 *

Drake Bay & Golfo Dulce

Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

March 22 – 31, 2014 

5 days kayaking, 1 day jungle hiking/relaxing, 8 nights total

Be part of a small group exploratory paddle in one of the wildest places on the planet! National Geographic ranked the Osa Peninsula as “one of the most biologically intense places on earth”, and Jacques Cousteau called its magnificent Golfo Dulce (sweet gulf) the most pristine of the world’s four tropical fjords…

This 3-part adventure starts in the open Pacific surrounding Drake Bay, followed by the tranquil and pristine Golfo Dulce, and finally in the biodiverse rainforest of the Osa Peninsula.

If you’ve dreamed of a sea kayaking and hiking experience in one of the world’s most remarkable places then this could be the adventure you’ve been longing for!

Cost: $3995 US pp (based on double occupancy) plus tax.

OSA2-2Detailed Itinerary

Day 1

Arrival in San Jose- Transfer to hotel / Orientation Dinner / Overnight

Day 2

Breakfast / Early morning flight to Drake Bay
Boat Transfer to Accommodation
Afternoon Paddle

Day 3

Full day Paddle

Day 4

Full day Paddle

Day 5

Early morning land transfer to Rincon / Golfo Dulce
Full day paddle to Saladero Lodge

Day 6

Morning paddle / Snorkeling
Afternoon paddle / Snorkeling

Day 7

Early morning sunrise start. Paddle across the Golfo Dulce to Puerto Jiminez
Transfer to Danta Corcovado Lodge

Day 8

Danta Corcovado Lodge
Day hike in Corcovado National Park

Day 9

Early morning flight to San Jose
Overnight / Departure
(Custom trip extensions available upon request)


San Jose: TBD

Drake Bay:

Golfo Dulce:


Conservation Partner Centro de Investigacion de Cetaceos de Costa Rica (CEIC)