Rafting in Costa Rica
Rafting in Costa Rica becomes a perfect combination of adventure and nature emotion. The routes along which the rapids of the rafting have in common an environment of extreme natural beauty. Costa Rica is a country full of rivers and although most are too small for rafting, there are a few that come loaded with white water perfect for rafting. Costa Rica's rivers are famous for their tropical exuberant landscapes and wildlife that you can enjoy while letting yourself be carried away by the currents. Rafting in Costa Rica gives us the opportunity to splash in good rapids and at the same time be able to watch a toucan or a white-faced monkey. It is a top experience.
The best rafting in Costa Rica is provided by the Pacuare River, which starts near the city of Turrialba and flows towards the north until it arrives at the Caribbean. Along 29 km, through exciting rapids and some of Costa Rica's most beautiful river landscapes. At Rutas Costa Rica we offer a round day trip excursions to the Pacuare River, but an interesting option is to choose the two-day, one-night trip. An exceptional adventure vacation experience, combining rafting with a stay at one of the Ecolodges located in the rainforest on the banks of the Pacuare River.
The region around Arenal is another great place for rafting in Costa Rica. You can enjoy a nice adventure on the Sarapiquí, Balsa and Toro rivers.
Near Liberia, in the Palo Verde National Park Rio Corobici for wildlife observation and Rio Tenorio for rafting.
The Central Pacific also hosts a handful of entertained rivers near Manuel Antonio. The most exciting is El Chorro, a narrow canyon that offers Class IV-V rapids even in the dry season. If you're looking for softer rapids, you'll find them in the nearby Savegre and Naranjo Rivers.
The best time for rafting is usually during the rainy months, from June to November.
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