Guaimoreto Lagoon Kayak

Guaimoreto Lagoon Kayak

Guaimoreto Lagoon Kayak

Duration: 3 hours

Guaimoreto Lagoon KayakNature lovers will be inspired by a day of kayaking through the bio-diverse ecosystem found in the mangroves of the Guaimoreto Lagoon Wildlife Preserve.  The lagoon is surrounded by a mangrove forest, intersected with canals, and is home to many forms of wildlife. Depart the port for a short transfer to the kayak landing, where you’ll receive your safety briefing and instructions from your guide, before beginning your trip through the mangroves. The surrounding area is a vast ecosystem that supports a variety of birdlife, flora, fauna and indigenous Central American animals. While paddling your kayak there are many photo opportunities, so be sure to bring your camera.

Guaimoreto Lagoon Kayak


  • Participants must be at least 9 years of age, in good physical condition and must be able to get in and out of a kayak with minimal assistance.
  • It is recommended that guests dress in lightweight clothing and wear a hat, sunscreen, insect repellant and flat, non-slip shoes or Teva®-type sandals.
  • There is a limit of 350 lbs. per kayak based on double occupancy.
  • Non-strenuous paddling duration is approximately 90 minutes and life vests must be worn at all times.
  • Tour is not recommended for pregnant women, those with mobility concerns, heart condition or back/neck problems. Be prepared for a hot and humid weather.
  • Be prepared for a hot and humid weather.
  • Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed.
  • Guests will be required to sign a waiver.

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    1. “Great day kayaking with Banana Coast Tours”
      I knew this location was new to tourism, but you wouldn’t have known it! Everyone was very professional. Our tour had just left (early). We were greeted my several nice guys who we chatted with and given very new looking life jackets as well as new kayaks and oars. We had the option of tandem or single which was good. We had guides with us the whole time both leading and following us. The lead guide provided lots of information about the lagoon and answered any questions we had. And reminded us to have fun! The thing that was different from our other kayaking experiences…we never got in the water. You usually end up getting your feet wet when you launch…the guys made sure this didn’t happen which was a nice surprise. I would recommend this trip if you are here and love to kayak. And make sure to wear sunscreen, bug spray (although we never had issues with bugs), and a hat…it is very south and the sun can be hot. There is a very inexpensive cash bar at the end for water and local beer which was very good after being out in the heat. And a decent restroom with a sink outside.
      Cary, North Carolina
      Visited March 2015