maximum 4 people
The natural pools of Rio Uvita, then Chaman
The local river is full of surprises, with several natural pools only the ones in the know can find. And a stunning beach with monkeys and surfers.
The Uvita Rio forms a series of natural pools, several big enough for swimming, that are the delight of the lucky few that know how to reach it: we go here to meditate and bask into the sun.
The beach is part of Marino Ballena Park and caters for some of the most iconic beach walks in Costa Rica: this beach tour is a perfect opportunity to engage in a marine conservation workshop while contributing by picking up plastic debris and enjoying spectacular sunsets.
Itinerant conservation workshop:
the beach ecosystem, the plastic debris problem, the conservationist and the beach etiquette, fun facts and more
fresh fruit snack
tico ginger ice tea
practical guide to beach cleanup