Explore the mangroves of El Paredón from a new point of view with our kayak rental! Available every day, at any time, regardless of the tides, it is the perfect option for experienced kayakers and beginners alike.
Our rental hours are from 8 am to 4 pm All kayaks must be returned before closing time, which is 6 pm If you are an early riser, you can book in advance to rent a kayak from 6 am, with a cost additional Q25.
Each kayak comes equipped with a paddle, backrest, life jacket, and a dry bag for your belongings. Please note that customers are not allowed to transport the kayaks to other locations on their own and it is strictly prohibited to take the kayaks into the ocean.
We offer options of single or double kayaks, with prices per person. If you decide to extend your adventure and return the kayak after 6 pm, you will be charged an extra Q25 for every 30 minute delay.
Dare to discover on your own the unique beauty of the mangroves of El Paredón!
El Paredón, Guatemala: A Natural and Tranquil Paradise
El Paredón, a natural paradise located in Sipacate, Escuintla, is a place with a special energy that combines very well with the attitude of its people to get ahead. This quiet refuge, with no more than 300 houses, is a sanctuary for surfers and an ideal destination for those looking for a quiet place, without the hustle and bustle. In addition, El Paredón has a river that flows into the sea, a freshwater pool, a natural turtle hatchery, and a mangrove swamp that is home to an endless number of animal species.
International Volunteering: Community Development in El Paredón
El Paredón is also a place with many needs, but it has a great ally: the volunteer work of hundreds of foreigners. These volunteers work together with the community to develop the town and provide equal opportunities to all its inhabitants. Initiatives of friends from the United Kingdom, the United States and other European countries have established themselves in El Paredón to educate the children and adults of the village, train them in business administration and entrepreneurship, as well as provide employment and development opportunities.
Promoting Education and Sustainable Tourism in El Paredón
In this context, El Paredon joins these efforts and actively supports tourism programs in the community. A percentage of our profits goes towards the training and development of local tour guides, including training in additional languages such as English and French. In addition, we are committed to supporting the local community of El Paredón, reinvesting part of our income in community development projects. By supporting our tourism programs, you are not only experiencing the best of El Paredón, but you are also contributing to the sustainable development of the community. We invite you to join us on this exciting journey.