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Sunset Snorkel and Sailing Trip From Guanacaste

Highlights
  • Catch the sunset along the shores of the Guanacaste Gold Coast
  • Set sail from Tamarindo for an afternoon away from the crowds
  • A home-cooked meal provides a taste of fresh Costa Rican cuisine
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Sunset Snorkel and Sailing Trip From Guanacaste
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Sunset Snorkel and Sailing Trip From Guanacaste
US$120.00
Overview
This Tamarindo sunset cruise is limited to just eight people for an intimate afternoon of snorkeling, dining, and sightseeing all in one tour. The quality of food, which often includes fresh catch, as well as the high likelihood of seeing wildlife in a particularly good snorkeling location set this tour apart from similar outings. A sunset view along the Guanacaste Gold Coast tops off an unforgettable afternoon.
What to Expect
Meet on the beach by Dreams Mareas at 1pm to begin your tour. A dingy takes you from the shore to a 42-foot catamaran where your cruise begins.

Boar the ship and set sail for a snorkeling destination in Golfo Santa Elena, where it’s possible to spot animals like stingrays, octopi, and tropical fish. Your captain points out wildlife and places of interest on the way out.

After a few hours of snorkeling, reboard the ship for a traditional Costa Rican meal freshly prepared on board. Dine as you watch the sunset, keeping your eyes out for sightings of dolphins, whales, and turtles that often play in the wake.

Tour concludes at original departure point.
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1 - 5 of 40 reviews

Reviewed 6 days ago
Come have an awesome day!

We sailed with Captain Jack and Mirella out of Dreams and had an awesome experience. They are very personable and Jack is full of knowledge of the area, the sea life, snorkeling and sailing. Raining? No problem, Jack will sail around it, if able. He...More

Thank johnspm21
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
A Wonderful Day!

I spent the day with Captain Jack and Randall on his sailboat and had a great time! We sailed for about an hour over to another bay, snorkeled, saw whales, and watched the sunset on the way back to the resort (Dreams). Captain Jack is...More

Thank alyssas
Izaak W, Owner at Surfari del Mar - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thanks for the great review they do help our tours especially keeping it fresh . We are seeing whales on most of our tours these whales are moms with new babies and they try to protect the new born . Engine sound and even music...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
afternoon sailing

This boat is lovely , Issac the captain and his wife were very welcoming, they chatted and gave us good info on the area and people and the conservation they are doing , The lunch was great too, a great afternoon !!!

Thank karldore
Izaak W, Owner at Surfari del Mar - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thanks for taking the time to do a review. We have an interesting area to do tours in uninhabited and a good variety of wild life . Cheers Jack

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Father daughter trip!

I’d been to Costa Rica before and knew my dad would love it! This was his first time sailing and Capt Jack couldn’t have been better. He’s not in the best health and struggled a bit snorkeling. Jack entertained him while I enjoyed the sea...More

Thank Stacey C
Izaak W, Owner at Surfari del Mar - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thanks for coming out on Surfari . This time of year very good chance to see whales . Thanks for taking the time to do a review. Cheers Jack

Reviewed 9 August 2018
El Jobo

It was lit, captain Jack in real life. The ride was relaxing and you can enjoy real Costa Rica. P.S. don't get gravel on the boat

Thank Stan L
Izaak W, Owner at Surfari del Mar - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 11 August 2018

Correcto try to keep sand on the beach. Its easier to keep off than take off . Thanks for taking the time to do a review. Cheers Jack

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