We didn't see a lot of animals. A few crabs, some birds and a pelican. But a lot of mosquitos. Don' t forget long pants and sleeves and your repelente!
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We rent for 3 hours a kayak to visit the mangrove and it was very nice to see the landscape. We saw many different birds but no crocodiles ( well, I rather not! ). It was a fun activity, you can also visit it by...More
This is a great side trip to see things you may never get to anywhere else. Take the boat ride though the mangroves to see much nature and birds and crocodiles. At the end, you may get the chance to see baby leatherback turtles swim...More
Great for the avid bird watchers (numerous species to see) along with the occasional alligators. Our guide was very informative.
Its worth a morning to take the tour with a local guide to see the turtle rescue efforts, and learn about the importance of the small barrier island to the nature and economy of the area.
We went on a tour in February and saw a few birds, and one baby caiman. Expect more wildlife and as soon as they spotted caiman the tour was over and we were on our way back. Visited the turtle reserve which has an excellent...More
We enjoyed the three-hour tour and spotted five types of herons, kingfishers, two raccoons and one small alligator. We went in the morning but the best time is in the afternoon when the tide is lower and you see more alligators. We really liked our...More
This is a nice and relaxing nature reserve. Not much to see except for lots of birds, but still worth the visit. Rent the kayaks and go as far as you want. If you go during high tide you can paddle into small rivers in...More
My husband I had a guide, rather a fisherman filling in, Felipe was very knowledgeable about EVERYTHING on the water and in the town since he's of several generations in Las Peñitas. We had dinner the night before at Barca de Oro and they booked...More