The National Wetland Térraba-Sierpe is the largest virgin mangrove on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica with more than 24,000 hectares, it is highly diverse in terms of biodiversity since it has four families of mangrove; Rhizophoraceae, Combretaceae, Pelliciera and Avicenniaceae. A world hidden, accessible only by water, this flooded forest is home of almost 100 species of birds, including the mangrove Hummingbird Amazilia boucardi which is endemic to the Pacific coast of Costa Rica.
During the tour you can see species such as crocodiles, tree frogs, boas, iguanas and river turtles. Mammals are also very common and you can see three monkey species (squirrel, howler and cappuccino), as well as sloths, coatis and the Silky anteater. Birds such as herons, owls, parrots and shorebirds use this area as a place of nesting and feeding.
A motorboat 4-stroke outboard, where you can go comfortably seated in the boat. A minimum of 4 persons is required to make the tour or pay the full amount of the tour. Depart from Drake Bay beach to the mouth of the Río Sierpe where your adventure begins. The tour includes drinks and biscuits. Hours: 7 am-12:30 pm
Rate: $100 per person (min 4 people)