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Join us for white water rafting on the class 3-4 Sarapiquí River section. Only with Sarapiqui OutdoorCenter Company!
This is an exciting, class 3-4 Costa Rica rafting river, You’re going to love this intense Costa Rica adventure of the Costa Rican jungle!
The Sarapiquí River is one of Costa Rica’s most-exuberant rivers for some of the best rafting Costa Rica has to offer!
This Costa Rica tour is for adventurous paddlers. You’ll get over 3-5 hours of paddling near the Arenal Volcano, San Jose and Caribean with more than 45 continuous, class-3- 4 rapids along more than 14miles of lush, vibrant Costa Rica rainforest.
Bring on the adrenaline!!! Experienced and first-time whitewater rafters love the Sarapiqui River for full-day, class 3-4 whitewater rafting in Costa Rica.
We can also pick you up at your La Fortuna (V arenal), San Jose or Caribbean Costa Rica hotel and travel through small, Costa Rican villages to the quaint town of San Miguel de Sarapiquí.
Once we get to the Sarapiquí River, our experienced Costa Rican adventure rafting guides will give you a thorough safety talk, get you set up with our top-quality adventure gear such as your helmet, Personal Flotation Divice and paddle and then you’re off you’ll be paddling for more than 3 hours!
Make your way through exciting rapids like “Morning Coffee,” “The Terminator,” and “Dos Locos”. We’ll stop along the way for a season, tropical fruit break. After your rafting trip, we take you back for a typical Costa Rican “BBQ” lunch.
Section: Sarapiquí River, from San Miguel to Los Venados
Length/Duration: 14 miles / 22 km, 4 hours
Difficulty level: Advanced level and up (14+ years)
Features: Class III, IV
Meals: Fruits & Riverside BBQ Lunch; Tropical coconut cocktail
Arriving time: 08:30 a.m.
THIS TOUR INCLUDES SELF GUIDED BOTANICAL TOUR!
• Swimsuit and/or shorts.
• Sun cream.
• String or strap to secure your glasses.
• Short or long pants (for sun protection only). No jeans.
• Water shoes or sandals with ankle straps. No flip flops.
• Light rain jacket and/or polypropylene, wool shirts for cool or rainy days. Cotton T-shirts for sunny days only (they make you colder when wet).