About Pineapple Tours kayak and SUP:
In 2006, Nego (Manuel Mora) from beautiful Dominical and Rachel Wirostek from New York started their venture Pineapple Tours Kayak and SUP. Both are avid kayakers, stand up paddlers, and nature lovers. They want to share their passion for water and nature with you, so you can get the best insight of Costa Rica during your trip. Read more >>>
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Pineapple Kayak & SUP Tours
Kayak and SUP Hatillo Mangrove The Mangroves are a sanctuary filled with life and riveting beauty. Paddling here takes you into a wonder world of peaceful jungle. This mellow tour guides you through the Hatillo Mangroves, where you can see plants and animals of all sorts. Herons swoop from branch to branch, Kingfishers dive for fish, Raccoons scurry down the tree, Crabs fight for Mangrove root ownership. You will paddle through many sections of the river, passing different types of Mangroves, termite nests, and Orchids hidden in the trees.
Río Barú. This is a casual paddle up the majestic Rio Baru in Dominical. This tour can be done with our without a guide, on a kayak or Stand Up Paddle Board, as is it super mellow and easy. We launch from the river mouth and head upriver for about a mile and a half.
Ventanas Waves and Caves. If you are down for this memorable challenge, you will get the opportunity to paddle on the turquoise waters to check the amazing cave and arch formations that appear along the lush, mountainous coastline of Ventanas Beach. This tour is for people who want high-adrenaline and are not afraid to get a good workout to see something spectacular.
The Whale’s Tail Snorkel/Kayak/Hike at Marino Ballena National Park. After a short hike in Marino Ballena National Park, we paddle out through the small waves of Uvita Bay, and head towards the Whale’s Tail. It is a rock formation that occurs during the low tide only. We snorkel around the rocks, looking for tropical fish. Then we take a break on the path formed by the low tide.
Dominicalito Ocean Paddle About 2 miles south of Dominical is a calm bay called Dominicalito. We paddle out into the teal waters to explore the island of La Parcela and the fishing boats. It is so nice to see the beautiful, lush, green mountains crash into the sea
Rio Uvita/Morete This tour is a great option for large groups. This tour can be done with on Kayak or Stand Up Paddle Board, as is it super mellow and easy. We explore 2 rivers, launching under a garden of Bamboo Trees.
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