Searching for Dolphins

We suggest a light start having fresh coffee and toasts. This tour is conditioned to good weather and not wavy ocean. Our van will pick you up at 6:30am at your hotel, and you will be taken to the beautiful Manzanillo Fisherman town, the last settlement on the costar Caribbean road. Here you will board a motor boat of one of the local fisherman who will be your tour guide. The adventure starts navigating along a pristine rocky sea shore with impressive cliffs and erosion blow holes covered on top by the evergreen tropical rain forest. About a half hour later, you will get to Punta Mona, the southern point of Costa Rica on the Caribbean Sean and,

from here, the Captain will keep going slowly searching for the dolphins. Although we cannot assure you will see them, the trip is worthwhile just for the magnificent scenery. Most of the time you will see schools of bottle nose dolphins and they can be very playful splashing the water with their fins, jumping and diving or also you can see the Atlantic spotted dolphins and even the rare tucuxi that was recently identified in these waters, very close to the Sixaola River, border with Panama. You will be on the water a little bit over two hours and then you will get back to Manzanillo. Our driver will drive you back to you hotel at 10:00am *Price do not includes breakfast. When you are lodging at Almonds and Corals hotel you can have toasts and coffee before leaving to the tour.

Included round trip transportation Almonds and Corals hotel to Manzanillo
Extra charge for round trip from other hotels $15.00 per person (minimum 2 persons)
Include tropical fruits snack served at Almonds and Corals restaurant
This tour is subject to good weather.