Just came back from a tour that was organized by Erik's Tours (through Oasis Hostel) in Nicaragua but the tour provider was actually Inuit Kayaks. The owner of Inuit kayak was the one who picked us up and provided the guide and kayaks. The driver (owner) was late 20 minutes but arrived in a very nice new car and picked us up from our hostel. Our guide (young guy) was very knowlegeable but ONLY spoke Spanish. In the flyer, it said bilingual guide. Second, problem, the kayaks are really old and beat up. No back rest or foot rest or bailer to get the water out--so we were sitting in water until we found a floating pop bottle in the water- used our own knife to cut the bottle in half to empty out the water. They suggested we take a double kayak, it was awful! Wh should have said no. It is impossible to steer this tandem kayak...and we are used to paddling! We told the guide to bring us back early (45 minutes), as it was impossible to navigate the double kayak. It was $25 per person, but I would suggest paying more if you can have better kayaks and a bilingual guide! It is fun in a kayak, you see tonnes of birds, monkeys, but when the equipment is old and not functional...makes it difficult to fully enjoy. Be weary of Eriks Tours in Granada, I would suggest paying a bit more but for newer kayaks. Whatever you do, don't take the tadem kayak!
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