Pejibaye River Class I-II Rafting
The Pejibaye River is a tributary of the Reventazon River, in the Turrialba Valley, just two hours from San Jose. This is a great introductory river as it only has class I and II rapids, making it a perfect starter for first time rafters and children (ages 5 and up).
- Duration: 7 hrs
- Available Days: Every day
- Schedule: 7:00 AM
- Hotel Transport Included
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
Rafters can feast their eyes on spectacular scenery and opportunities for wildlife viewing. Your bilingual guide will pick you up from your San Jose hotel first thing in the morning. Once on the road, a stop will be made so guests can enjoy a typical breakfast alongside views of the Orosi valley. The group will then continue about one and a half hours to the Pejibaye River, where guides will be waiting to explain all safety procedures and guidelines.
Once on the river, you'll enjoy a fun ride down these mild rapids, allowing for ample swimming time and riding inner tubes. Lunch will be served on the riverbank. After the trip is over, you will be transported back to your hotel.
What to Bring
Sandals with a back strap or sneakers, cotton shirt, bathing suit, light jacket (depending on weather). We recommend bringing a change of cloths because you will get wet on this tour. Changing rooms are available after the tour.
Transportation, breakfast, lunch, all rafting and safety equipment, bilingual guide
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