Rafting on the Savegre River
The Savegre River, one of the most pristine rivers in the country and surrounded by lush vegetation and meandering waters, features class II and III rapids that are perfect for beginner rafters.
up to 3 days in advance
- Duration: 8 hrs
- Available Days: Every day
- Schedule: 8:15 AM
- Hotel Transport Included
- Free cancellation up to 3 days prior
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
A highly experienced guide will take you along this amazing trip, stopping along the way for great swimming spots and cascading waterfalls. When floating in calmer waters, don't forget to search the rainforest for its beautiful wild inhabitants and commonly seen birds such as egrets, osprey, toucans, parrots and much more.
Towards the end of the trip, the group will stop and have lunch at the little village of "Silencio' before enjoying a comfortable drive back to Manuel Antonio.
Warning: No pregnant women are allowed in this tour.
Attraction VisitedSavegre River
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.
What to Bring
Sneakers or sandals with a back strap, easy drying clothes, shorts or long pants depending on weather, strap for glasses, sunscreen, bathing suit and towel. We recommend bringing a change of cloths because you will get wet on this tour. Changing rooms are available after the tour.
Professional guides, all safety gear, fruit snacks, lunch and round trip transportation from hotels in Manuel Antonio.
Many of our tours and activities offer transportation pick up & drop off options from several locations and destinations. Options vary by tour, see “More Time and Rates” for full details.
The tour guides were outstanding! Had a fantastic time.
Our guides were great but our raft safety guide, Eduardo, was amazing. Although we weren't wholly able to understand each other, he told me a lot about the local community, pointed out various trees and plants, provided excellent instructions for when to row, sit down and so on. I really liked having Eduardo as our guide!