Paddle a kayak around a large lagoon intersected by canals and lined with mangroves that are teeming with water birds and monkeys on this tour geared for nature lovers.
After tendering to the pier, you will enjoy short drive to the Guaimoreto Lagoon. In many ways, the lagoon hasn’t changed enormously in the days following Christopher Columbus’ visit to the area. Its shores are still lined with mangroves that comprise a delicate, bio-diverse eco system that provides shelter for numerous species of birds and spawning grounds for a variety of fish.
Upon reaching a small landing on the lagoon, you will have a safety briefing and don a life vest (mandatory). After which, you’ll board a kayak for two and paddle out into the water. While there is no telling which animals you will encounter, you can expect to see an abundance of water birds,
Following approximately ninety minutes of paddling time in the lagoon, you’ll return to the landing site where you will have an opportunity to purchase a cold drink or snack and use the restroom before transferring back to the port.
Please note: This tour includes approximate 90-minutes of paddling activity and while previous kayaking experience is not required, participants should be in good physical condition. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests, those with mobility concerns, heart, back or neck conditions; or pregnant women. Comfortable clothing; sun cap; sunglasses, sunscreen; and insect repellant are recommended. Closed-toe shoes are mandatory and it is likely they may get wet. Minimum age to participate is 9 years of age. There is a weight limit of 350 lbs. per kayak, based upon double occupancy. Those who take part in any water activities do so at their own risk & responsibility and the local operator requires that all guests sign a liability waiver before being allowed to take part in the tour. Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed. There are restrooms at the landing station.