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Family Float Trip

Family Float Trip

Float through one of the most important biological stations in the world, La Selva, an organization for tropical studies. See a variety of animals, such as howler monkeys, iguanas, sloths, alligators, turtles, plus birds like tiger herons, toucans, hummingbirds, green macaw, and scarlet macaw. 

Learn how to row and increase your paddling abilities. Swim in the warm waters of the Sarapiqui River in natural pools below the rapids. 

Our knowledgeable, certified guides will teach you how to row the raft, maintain safety, and point out the beautiful flora and fauna to be seen along the way.

Meals: Ask us about our delicious, healthy meals for your group after the tour for an extra fee. 

Transportation: We can pick up your group from your location in the La Fortuna, Sarapiqui, or San Jose areas. More details here.

Costa Rica Accepted credi cards



Guarantee your booking with a 20% deposit. Pay the remaining balance the day of the tour, cash or credit card.

20% Deposit

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Please note: We require a minimum of 2 people to run a rafting tour. If the requirement is not met, there will be an additional charge of 50% of the tour price for tour to operate.


  • Equipment – helmet, lifejacket, paddle
  • Knowledgeable, certified, and friendly guide
  • Snack of tropical fruit after the tour
  • Self-guided botanical tour
  • Free Sugar Cane Tour
  • Safe Deposit Box


  08:30 am

 11:30 am

2:30 pm 

Daily, year round

 4 Hours 

4 years old

 Easy, Class I/II

  • Swimsuit and/or short
  • Sunscreen
  • String or strap to secure your glasses
  • Water shoes or sandals with ankle straps. No flip flops. Closed toe shoes recommended.
  • 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)

You can send your inquiry via the form below.

Meet Our Team

  • David "Umbrella"
The sarapiqui river is  the largest and cleanest in the area, Historical Natural Monument of Costa Rica