Costa Rica offers different kinds of white water rafting where the adrenaline shoots to the limit and fascinating canopy tours can be experienced from the top of the trees. Now you can enjoy both activities combined in a single tour.
- 10 hrs
- Available Days:
- Every day
- 7:00 AM
- Hotel Transport Included
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
Discover the natural wonders of Sarapiqui, a large territory located in the northern part of the country, with crystalline rivers, abundant, scenic beauty and towns full of friendly people.
The canopy tour lasts one and a half hour as you slide through the forest from nine cables of different lengths.
Rafting on the Sarapiqui River, on class II or class III rapids, takes you past vibrant scenery. A group of unexpected rapids is combined with slow relaxing stretches along a distance of 8 miles (13 km), will make this an unforgettable experience for birdwatchers and nature lovers.
After this exhilarating adventure, enjoy lunch!
Originating from clear mountain streams, the Sarapiqui River runs from the Central Mountain Range just north of San Jose to the San Marcos River which runs along the shared border between Costa Rica and Nicaragua. The river is considered a national monument because of the vital service it provided in transporting arms, goods and soldiers in the 1856 war against the filibusters.
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Why not experience one of the most gorgeous river rafting trips in the world on the Pacuare River. It lives in the lush valley of Turrialba in the Central Valley of Costa Rica known for its exuberant beauty, wildlife and great rapids. This trip is excellent for those 14 years and up and for the adventurous beginner to the experienced rafter.
One of the best ways to experience Costa Rica is on a white water rafting trip—you see places, animals, and scenery that are often otherwise missed. There are several options for this rafting excursion on the Sarapiquí River, including Class II and III tours, Class IV tours, and a safari float.