Feb 22, 2013

Posted by in Southern Nicoya Peninsula

Mal Pais Sailing Tours

Mal pais now is known for its incredible beauty, with white sand coves, rocky outcroppings, steep jungle-covered hills, and forests teeming with animals, birds, and insects. Malpais is a tranquil community, loosely spread out along five kilometers of road that begins at “El Cruce”, the intersection where the road from Cobano ends at Playa Carmen.

Mal Pais Sailing Tours

There are some attractive beaches in Mal Pais. This is a place where the beach stretches for miles and the waves can make even the most seasoned of surfers drool. So surfing at beaches like Playa Mar Azul, Playa Santa Teresa, Playa Manzanillo, and Playa Carmen is the mail attraction here. But fishing, boating, and snorkeling are also getting very popular.

General Information

Sail off into the blue ocean on a classic 30 foot Alberg sailboat to spend an afternoon in the cool breeze while enjoying a different view point of the beaches of Santa Teresa and Mal Pais. Alberg sailboats are typically recognizable, with long, graceful overhangs, low-slung sheerlines, narrow beam and sweeping full keels that are cutaway in the forefoot, designed to the CCA rules of the 1960s.This is a three hours sailing tour. The boat leaves from the port of Mal Pais. The crew serve a complimentary beverage while you enjoy tropical beauty. While cruising you can bathe by clinging to the rope which trails at the rear of the boat. During the trip you can often see whales, sea turtles, manta rays and dolphins.

Daily Tours

Depart mid-afternoon from Fishermens’ Cove In Mal Pais. From the small fisherman’s port of Malpais you can go by Panga around the tip of the peninsula. You might see sea turtles, dolphins, manta rays or whales. Guaranteed is the sight of crowds of maritime birds and tremendous sunsets. The staffs are very friendly and make sure you have a drink when ever you want. The staff does a great job of creating a fun culture and atmosphere.


Mal Pais Sailing Tours

Website: www.sailingchartersmalpais.com