Due to the intense current of the largest river in Costa Rica, the Terreba River, this tour is only available from December 1st - August 15th.  THIS TOUR IS VERY AFFECTED BY THE WAVES! If there is a swell, we cannot do the tour.  We take your safety seriously and want you to enjoy yourselves!  So, we will be in touch with you if the waves are too big to do the tour.  

  • PRICE: $75 per person

  • TOUR SUMMARY: Ocean Kayaking / Caves / Wave Surfing / Adrenaline / Age 15+ / 2 person minimum


  • DURATION: 4 Hours Door to Door

  • TOUR DEPARTURE TIME: Based off of the Low Tide

  • REQUIREMENTS: Please see the specific requirements below. Must agree to all to do this amazing tour.

TOUR REQUIREMENTS: LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE-ADVANCED: This is an INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED KAYAKING TOUR!  Please, you MUST know how to swim, NO children under AGE 15, nobody over 230 lbs, no pregnant women, must be in good physical condition and be ready to paddle hard! You never know what kind of conditions you will get out on the open ocean, so please come ready for the challenge! There is NO guarantee that we will be able to pass through any of the caves by kayak.    

If you are down for this memorable challenge, you will get the opportunity to paddle on the turquoise waters to check the amazing cave and arch formations that appears along the lush, mountainous coastline of Ventanas Beach. If the wave conditions allow us, we will try to pass through a cave or two! (THERE IS NO GUARANTEE TO PASS THROUGH THE CAVES - safety is our #1 priority).  Our guides will teach you about the different names of the caves and stories behind the names.  We will also pass down different legends of this coastline, including the skull that protects the coastline and the hidden treasure where X marks the spot!  We also explore the two walking caves on Ventanas Beach and do a little wave surfing with our kayaks! This tour is for people who want high-adrenaline and are not afraid to get a good workout to see something spectacular. 

CHANCE TO SEE: Sea Turtles, Pelicans, Frigatebirds, Shore Birds, Toucans, Monkeys, and on the very rare occasions, we have seen dolphins and whales.   WHAT TO BRING:  Hat, Bathing Suit, Sunscreen, Sun Protection like a Long Sleeve Rash Guard, Sandals or flip flops, straps for Rx Glasses, Dramamine, Water Bottle, Towel, and Waterproof Camera WHAT'S INCLUDED: Bilingual/Certified Local guides, ICT Certified company, Full Insurance, Use of equipment, use of accessories (dry bags, binoculars, bug spray, sun block, hats, etc), fruit, water, photos, secure parking, park entrance fees.