Come and Enjoy Sierpe

Private tours in OsaCrossing the Térraba-Sierpe mangroves
Sierpe of Osa, diagonally to EBAIS
Facing the Baptist Church
Osa Sierpe.
Tels. +506 8363 2515
Email: sierpeazul@gmail.com
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We are local guides with 15 years of experience, trained by INA (National Education Center) and other organizations to be able to provide high quality service. We have bilingual staff, two boats, one with capacity for 13 people and another one for up to 6 people.
The company Sierpe Azul Tours is a Costa Rican company, whose owners are from the Canton of Osa, South Pacific of Costa Rica.

SIERPE AZUL TOURS is a company dedicated to the care and guidance of tourists both foreign and domestic at Sierpe de Osa, in the south of Costa Rica. We have an extensive experience in the area, with more than five years operating our own tours. Our company focuses on private tours in Osa.

DESCRIPTION OF THE TOUR
The main product of this company is the boat ride along the Sierpe canals. This tour takes about three hours.

The tour begins in the town of Sierpe Osa, at 45 minutes south of Dominical, where a private boat will pick you up and take you on a journey through the Térraba-Sierpe mangroves, the largest of its kind in Central America`s Pacific.

What you can see
You can observe 5 species of mangrove trees and the biodiversity of fauna characteristic of these ecosystems. The mangrove forest has a significant amount of wildlife habitat, there are 3 kinds of monkeys, a variety of birds, sloths. raccoons, iguanas, crocodiles, basilisks and snakes. You can add what we have forgotten here and enjoy an extraordinary experience.

What to bring
Hat, comfortable clothing, sunscreen, binoculars, camera, there is a lot of fun to look forward to.

LEVEL – All ages

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Other products our company offers are:

• Kayak Tour
• Crocodile Night Tour
• Whale Watching Tour
• Tour of poisonous frogs
• Inshore Sport Fishing
• Sport fishing in the mangroves
• Culture Tour Osa (trapiche which is a sugar press, gold and land tour to the indigenous Ngobé territory)

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