This amazing tour begins with the pick-up from your hotel or house in comfortable in the Dante’s Watersports air-conditioned van. We will take you on a tour of the town of Quepos town and its main attractions on our way to the quiet coastal city located south of Manuel Antonio in Matapalo. Along the way we will have spectacular views of the Naranjo river and pass by to see the Savegre river, which is considered one of the cleanest rivers in the country. Once at Matapalo beach we’ll start our activities from our surfing meeting place. There you can choose to do any of the 4 different activities available to enjoy as a group, as a couple or separately.
Transportation Anytime: The Dante’s Watersports Van will be available back and forth to pick you up or drop off in the different places where the activities take place, as many times as you can fit in from 1-7pm. Our Costa Rican One Pass functions like the City Tour Buses you see in in the biggest cities of the world.
Matapalo Beach, Savegre Rivers, Mangroves and Waterfalls.
At least 6 people are required for this product to take place.
An important feature of the Matapalo beach is that the sand is soft and volcanic origin which is ideal for surfing and it’s away from the crowds.
On the way to the mangrove we will make a quick stop to have the chance to look for sloth because this area is full of them. We will continue on our journey by kayay through the most beautiful scenery. We will explore this natural treasure and the wildlife until we meet the mouth of the sea which is something magic. From here you have the option Ocean Kayak or Paddleboarding at Dominicalito beach.
our journey through one of the most beautiful scenery definitely a mangrove almost virgin, we will exploring its natural treasures and wildlife until we meet the mouth of the sea, something magic.(optional ocean kayak or paddleboarding at Dominicalito beach)
We will also take you to a refreshing waterfalls located in the mountains where you can cool off and even jump from the rocks into the freshwater (all very local and almost untouched).
In the middle of all the activities we have refreshments available: water, coconut water, coffee and our national beer, we can also stop for a local lunch should you wish to spend time at a local restaurant (lunch not included).
Ending our afternoon, we will have beach games or you can just relax on the beach to wait for the dusk in the light of the bonfire.
We wanted to learn how to surf and have some fun while in Manuel Antonio. Dante’s was recommended by the hotel and scored high on TripAdvisor so it was an easy choice. They didn’t let us down and gave us a fantastic morning with pretty big waves and super clear instructions. The crew helped us all the way out there in the waves and didn’t settle until the teenagers surfed standing up. As for the 6-year old he was having fun bodysurfing on a boogie board. Next time we’re around we’ll make sure to stop by and develop those skills further. Pura vida