This tour takes you down some of Savegre River’s exciting Class II rapids in an inner tube. You’ll find this section of the river brisk, but not too fast for comfortable tubing.
- 5 hrs
- Available Days:
- Every day
- 8:00 AM, 12:30 PM
- Hotel Transport Included
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
Your journey begins with a 40-minute drive past oil palm plantations. Along the way you’ll see evidence of a teak tree reforestation project. Eventually you’ll reach the river and the guide will show you to your inner tube.
Savegre River has beautiful scenery. This river flows with water from the Pacific and is one of the cleanest rivers in Central America. Your guide will lead the group in a kayak and make sure everyone stays safe.
At the end of the trip you’ll get to sip on a refreshing drink and snack on fresh fruit and cookies. When you reach the end of your tubing trip you’ll drive 30 minutes back to Manuel Antonio.
Beginning in the rainforest clad Talamanca Mountain Range between Cerro de los Muertos and Chirripo, the Savegre River flows south until reaching an estuary in the Manuel Antonio National Park, on the central Pacific coast of Costa Rica.
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What to Bring
Money for personal expenses, swimsuit or clothing made of quick-drying material, bug spray, towel, sunscreen, sturdy water shoes, and a change of clothes.
Transportation to/and from Manuel Antonio/Quepos, equipment, and a professional guide.
Many of our tours and activities offer transportation pick up & drop off options from several locations and destinations. Options vary by tour, see “BOOKING REQUEST” for full details.
So much fun our girls had a blast.
An amazing experience for the whole family!
Excellent guide and fun time. A lot more relaxing than having to paddle in a raft with others. Our private group of four plus our excellent guide had a fantastic time. Would recommend to all.
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