The excitement begins after your arrival to Costa Rica as you are personally picked up by your local, knowledgeable guide and whisked away in air-conditioned comfort for your hour-long journey through the scenic Costa Rican countryside to the panoramic Pacuare River in Siquirres Town.
This river is one of the most popular in the world due to its perfect blend of varying rapids, stunning waterfalls and crystalline waters. New to white water rafting? Not a problem! You will paddle in a section of the river that is recommended for beginners. Although this is a low-level rapid, experienced paddlers will have a chance to hone their rafting skills as well.
Climb aboard your raft and make your way down the river gorge past steep, green walls as tropical birds fly overhead and call out. The mundaneness of everyday life will quickly fade away as you become one with the powerful pull of nature. While on the river you will stop along its banks and enjoy a delicious picnic lunch amongst the abundant wildlife including sloths, toucans, coatis, morpho butterflies, parrots and colorful frogs.
Skip the typical city bus tours and overcrowded venues for an adventure trek in the country that offers you a perfect blend of wilderness exposure and excitement on this full-day, active tour.
Reviewer: Paul T. Reed
I must tell you that the trip wasn't completely what I expected. This picture used in the ad is a little different than the river we went down but it was still an outstanding trip. My brother in law Michael and I went along with another family and had a great time. The guides were excellent and fun to be with. They were personable and took good care of us. I wish we had gotten some pictures but we had some glitches and came home with only memories. The sights were great and the water fine. We learned a lot about the area and had a great lunch. The fruit was outstanding folks. Thanks so much for a great time. If anyone from our group sees this and has some pictures they'd like to share we love to hear from you. Thanks again folks and keep up the good work. Paul T. Reed, MSgt, USAF Retired