TORTUGA ISLAND: Departure from the Cobano Aerodrome, following the coast towards Playa de los Muertos, we go through Pencal Beach, Las Viuditas Beach, Ventanas Beach, Puntablanca Beach, we cross to Alcatraz Island and we go around Tortuga Island. Return by Quesera beach flying over Curú natural reserve.
NATURAL RESERVE OF ISLA NEGRITA: Departure from the Cobano Aerodrome, following the coast towards Playa de los Muertos, we go along Pencal Beach, Las Viuditas Beach, Ventanas Beach, Puntablanca Beach, we cross to Alcatraz Island, we go around Tortuga Island and we cross to the natural reserve of Isla Negrita. Return by Quesera beach flying over Curú natural reserve.
MONTEZUMA: Departure from Cobano Aerodrome, we cross the entire coast to Montezuma, views of Cascada de Montezuma, Coco Beach and back along the coast.
CABO BLANCO, MAL PAIS AND SANTA TERESA: Departure from Cobano Aerodrome, travel along the coast to Mal Pais, views of Coco Beach, Montezuma Waterfall, Montezuma, Cabuya, Cabo Blanco Natural Park, Mal País beaches, Santa Teresa andI return by the Coast.
CABO BLANCO AND MAL PAIS: Departure from Cobano Aerodrome, travel along the coast to Mal Pais, views of Coco Beach, Montezuma waterfall, Montezuma, Cabuya, Cabo Blanco Natural Park, Mal País beaches and back straight across above the Natural Park of Cabo Blanco.
CABO BLANCO, MAL PAIS, SANTA TERESA AND ISLITA: Departure from the Cobano Aerodrome, travel along the coast to Mal Pais, views of Coco Beach, Montezuma Waterfall, Montezuma, Cabuya, Cabo Blanco Natural Park, Mal País beaches and return Drum inside.
SAN LUCAS ISLAND: Departure from Cobano Aerodrome, travel along the coast to Paquera, visiting Playa de los Muertos, Pencal beach, Las Viuditas beach, Ventanas beach, Puntablanca beach, Quesera beach, Organos beach, Camarón beach, Cuchillo beach, Commerce island, Lola beach, Lorenza beach, Pájaros beach, Mango beach, view of Patricia island, Negra beach, Paquera, Chanchera beach and we cross to Zopilote Island and San Lucas Island. We surround San Lucas Island with a view to San Lucas prison and direct return to Tambor.
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Nature tourism activities, from hiking to adventure sports, can cause significant environmental impacts and sometimes irreversible damage to wildlife or vegetation, especially in the most sensitive of protected natural areas, that’s why the promoters of these activities, guides and tourists must take into account a series of recommendations:
The activities must be correctly planned and coordinated with the zoning and the use regulations of the protected natural areas, and in that case obtain beforehand the appropriate authorizations.
Avoid passing through vegetation recovery areas, following the paths already marked without leaving them or improvising shortcuts.
The routes through nesting areas of birds should be avoided, especially during the breeding and nesting season in order to avoid the loss of the laying of that year due to disturbance of the birds. The noise can be catastrophic but the simple presence can be also for certain species of birds very sensitive to human presence in those dates.
In the case of finding any wild animal, we will avoid drawing their attention, not emitting noises and placing ourselves in areas where we are less visible, under no circumstances offering them food.
The circulation with vehicles or motor boats should be done in areas far from the wildlife avoiding aggressive circulation or navigation.
No fire should be made anywhere, except those expressly conditioned and authorized for this purpose, taking precautions at the high risk fire time and taking special precaution with cigarette butts, matches and glassware or similar.
The trash must be transported with us until the end of the activity, and although there are containers or bins in the most frequented areas of the natural spaces, they can be vulnerable and attract wild animals, which should be avoided at any cost.
The material, vehicles or boats used in outdoor sports activities must be in perfect conditions, avoiding the spilling of polluting substances (oils, fuels, etc.), as well as losses of material (plastics, belts, cordage, etc.) that can be dangerous for the wildlife when ingesting them and causing their suffocation or when they become entangled in them and die from starvation or suffocation.
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