On this episode of WE|Sail, we sail to seclusion during a worldwide shutdown. After feeling like there was no place for us to go we find a peaceful river that flows directly into the Pacific Ocean.
At high tide we take our Badfish Stand Up Paddles and go exploring through the freshwater rio on the north end of Corcovado National Park in Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula.
We feel alive and refreshed paddling up the river through the rain forest. We sit and watch a family of white-faced monkey’s come down to the shores drink and play all around us.
Our adventurous souls continue to wander up the Rio Aguajitas as far as we could, having one of our most favorite days in Costa Rica during the worldwide lock down.
We set sail after a few days of “inland” discovery and enjoy the solid winds for the rest of the day. Isolation never felt so good!
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