ITINERARY: Kayaking Trips

If you have never tried... kayaking is easy on a sit-on-top kayak.

Contact us for availability.

Ocean Kayaking
Explore the nearby rock called Piedra Blanca, 1/2 mile off shore, or kayak along the bay and stop for lunch at one of the many open-air restaurants along the beach where fresh seafood is served.

Estuary Kayaking
Paddle up the the San Cristobal, El Pozo or Platanitos estuaries to explore endless tributaries. Mangrove tree branches are dotted with birds of prey, waterfowl and iguanas. Fishermen enjoy demonstrating of their techniques as you go by. El Pozo estuary trips offer a chance to land at Paraje del Rey, a secluded island paradise for a delicious seafood lunch.

Kayaking may be guided or self-guided.
Our kayaking trips come with laminated kayaking instructions and bird identification guides in English, Spanish and other languages.

Group Size

Up to Up to 8 kayakers per trip, depending on location and availability people.

Trip Schedule

1. GOING ON YOUR OWN

Some kayaks are available at Mantanchen beach, outside San Blas. Contact us for info.

2. GOING WITH A GUIDE

Are Reservations Required? Yes. Also, some vendors have kayaks available all day - contact us.
Where to Meet Your Guide: Reservations are required, and subject to availability.
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What to Pack

CLICK HERE for a list of clothing and gear recommended for this trip.

A note about Motion Sickness:
Before traveling, eat a light breakfast, or crackers, and stay away from greasy foods. If you are prone to motion sickness, we recommend taking medication prescribed by your doctor, taken as directed. Try your medication the day before you travel to make sure it does not effect you adversely.

Photos

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What We Do

The "San Blas EcoTours" website is run by Graphic Designer Heather Graef & Diving Beyond Owner Doug Storms. We desigin websites for San Blas guides, offer information about local tours, make recommendations, and help tourists find guides. We do not take commissions, and we consider our work a volunteer project. We also have equipment in San Blas that we make available to guides, such as snorkeling and diving equipment, camping, and other gear.
Visit our website at: www.sanblasecotours.com

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General Information Email: info@sanblasecotours.com
Reservations: Click here for contact info at San Blas EcoTours