Guided Hike in Marino Ballena National Park

Marino Ballena National Park represents the first marine park in Central America created to protect marine resources including 17 coral species. But, the National Park also has a great variety of wildlife on land such as shorebirds, mammals, and of course, a huge variety of  lush flora species including mangrove forests and several endemic species

You may have already seen pictures or heard of the iconic “Whale’s Tail” or Tombolo (direct Spanish translation). This representative landmark is a famous natural barrier reef created due to the sea currents of the Pacific Ocean and has formed and maintained a whale tail shape when viewed from above. Join us and enjoy nearly 3 hours of touring through two different trails in this fantastic scenery that has turned into a “must-do” in the area. You should not miss it!

Minimum of 2 people

Hiking Level: Easy

The tour includes

  • Tickets to the park
  • Certificated Bilingual Guide (Spanish-English)
  • Water and fruit
  • First aid kit
  • Insurance

From $80

Description

Marino Ballena National Park represents the first marine park in Central America created to protect marine resources including 17 coral species. But, the National Park also has a great variety of wildlife on land such as shorebirds, mammals, and of course, a huge variety of  lush flora species including mangrove forests and several endemic species

You may have already seen pictures or heard of the iconic “Whale’s Tail” or Tombolo (direct Spanish translation). This representative landmark is a famous natural barrier reef created due to the sea currents of the Pacific Ocean and has formed and maintained a whale tail shape when viewed from above. Join us and enjoy nearly 3 hours of touring through two different trails in this fantastic scenery that has turned into a “must-do” in the area. You should not miss it!

Minimum of 2 people

Hiking Level: Easy

The tour includes

  • Tickets to the park
  • Certificated Bilingual Guide (Spanish-English)
  • Water and fruit
  • First aid kit
  • Insurance

Recommendations

  • Hiking shoes or strapped sandals
  • Bring Binoculars, 
  • Sunblock, insect repellent
  • Camera,
  • Small bags to safeguard personal belongings
  • On rainy season (June -November) bring a raincoat or poncho

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