Mangrove Fishing Sierpe

HIGHLIGHTS

The most knowledgeable and friendly FISHING guides, Nice scenic rivers through mountains & rainforests, 100% FISHING, You can see lots of wildlife

DETAILS

1 Day, Length: 6 Hours Aprox.

DEPARTING

TRANSPORTATION NOT INCLUDED (Please contact us if you need transportation

WHAT TO BRING

Tennis shoes, Comfortable clothes, Camera , Sun Block, Insect repellent

INCLUDES

Professional Fishing guides and equipments(The most knowledgeable and friendly), 4 people boat and Fishing guide, Snacks, Fruits, Water



MANGROVE - RIVER FISHING SIERPE

Sierpe serves as the entrance to the largest mangrove reserve in Latin America. The Terraba-Sierpe National Wetlands is situated where the mouths of the Sierpe and Terraba rivers meet and is home some of the biggest mangroves in the world. Also the habitat for an extensive array of indigenous animals, birds and reptiles including turtles, spoonbills, crocodiles, monkeys, herons, kingfishers, caimans and frogs, these wonderful wetlands are an amazing place to tour, and are a must-see when in Sierpe.

Hedged by more than 66,850 acres of protected, undisturbed mangroves that are intertwined with river canals and tropical rainforest on the edge of the Pacific Ocean, Sierpe is the closest location to launch into the Osa Peninsula, Cano Island and the Corcovado National Park.

It's a big, quiet deep river that has an abundance of animal and plant life. The shore mainly consists of mangroves or the local Lirios and Platanillas. As you can see, the area is ideal for the habitats of young and old fish, many shrimp and crabs, as well as many others that are part of the food chain.

In the river, the common types of fish are Mangrove Snapper, Snook, Corvina, Grouper and Machaca among others

That fishing is much better when the tide is low, that's why the tour lasts no more than 6 hours.



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