Ocean Tours, Manuel Antonio
Experience Costa Rica’s Central Pacific Coast at its best.
In Manuel Antonio, our tropical waters play host to all kinds of ocean tours, from the adrenaline-fuelled to the soul-inspiring.
Think surfing against the backdrop of a fiery sunset. Kayaking through unexplored mangroves. Humpback whale watching amongst multiple other extraordinary excursions.
We Promise You The Best of Manuel Antonio
- You’ll always be hosted by our 2 Naturalist Guides or Surf Instructors. We promise you small, private groups, and all the time you need
- You’ll always have the most unique Manuel Antonio experiences available to you. No mediocre tours here! We create and host every single tour ourselves, because you deserve the best
- Come as you are. No matter your age or fitness level, we promise you a tailored, unforgettable Costa Rica experience
Ride our World Famous Waves
Take a surf lesson with our in-house Surf Instructors! You’ll be standing in no time and relishing the rush of catching our renowned Manuel Antonio waves. No experience required.
Snorkeling & Paddle Boarding
On the Waters, Beyond the Waves
Snorkel or paddle board in the calm turquoise waters of nearby Biesanz Beach, one of the hidden gems of the Manuel Antonio area. Float above the surface with 360° views of our tropical paradise, of dip beneath to discover the underwater wonders of Costa Rica’s Central Pacific Ocean.
Where the Rainforest Meets the Ocean
Kayak into the mangroves to explore their enigmatic waterways, or discover this mysterious ecosystem by boat. Spot crabs scuttling along the roots and catch a glimpse of marine birds tucked away amongst the foliage.
Surf, Swim, Explore
“Espadilla Beach is accessible directly from the property and you can walk this stretch of sand all of the way to Manuel Antonio National Park. Arenas Del Mar offers their surf lessons here and we were really impressed with the brand new gear, young and enthusiastic staff and post-surfing fruit and drinks. I’ve definitely never been catered to like that after coming out of the ocean!”
– Kirsten, Seattle