High tides in the Upper Gulf of California allow naturalist enthusiasts to access otherwise inaccessible estuary channels that fan out into the salt marsh. It is in these channels where a plethora of species can be observed; fiddler crabs, flounder, egrets, willets, long billed curlews, and herons along with many other migratory bird species and halophyte plants use these hypersaline ecosystems as refuge, hatcheries, nurseries, feeding and breeding grounds as well as resting places for migrating bird species. Experience first-hand and marvel in the simple, yet rewarding effort of paddling along in a single or double kayak through the waterways of Morua Estuary guided by an experienced naturalist guide who will end the EcoTour at a local female owned oyster farm cooperative where you can contribute to the conservation of estuarine ecosystems in the region by purchasing fresh harvested oysters, ceviche tostadas and mantarraya tacos.
Kayaks and paddles.
Bilingual Naturalist Guide.
Wildlife species identification guides.
Snacks (energy bars, chips and various fruit).
Shell and other species extraction.
Not suitable during pregnancy.
Swimming in the estuary.
Only available during high tide.
Over 6 | Under 60
Minimum of 4 | Maximum of 9.
Towel and a change of clothes.
Reusable water bottle.
Adults: $1,350.00 MXN | $75.00 USD
Minors (of 14 years): $990.00 MXN | $55.00 USD
Locals: $1,012.00 MXN
Minors (of 14 years): $742.00 MXN
Edificio Agustín Cortés S/N Fracc. Las Conchas, C.P. 83550 Puerto Peñasco, Sonora.
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