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Rafting Costa Rica Class III & IV Full Day

Rafting Costa Rica Class III & IV Full Day
110.00

Join us for a full day of white water rafting on the Sarapiquí River. You will love this exciting, intense adventure through the Costa Rican jungle! You’ll get 3-4 hours of with more than 45 continuous, class 2, 3 and 4 rapids along more than 14 miles of lush, vibrant Costa Rican rainforest. 

Once we get to the Sarapiquí River, our experienced rafting guides will give you a thorough safety talk, set you up with our top-quality adventure gear such as a helmet, lifejacket, and paddle. Then, you’re off to paddle!

Make your way through exciting rapids like “Morning Coffee,” “The Terminator,” and “Dos Locos.” Peer up at the canyon walls dripping with waterfalls and take in the majestic views of the mountains and volcanoes in the distance.

We’ll stop along the way at our base for a riverside BBQ lunch. Then, it’s back to the river for more whitewater!

After your rafting trip, we’ll take you back to our base for a snack of tropical fruit while you view the photos and videos. You’ll also get to make your own jugo de caña and learn about sugarcane.


Put-In/ Start : San Miguel

Break : Sarapiqui Outdoor Center

Take Out: El Roble

Section: Sarapiquí River, from San Miguel to Los Venados


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

$110.00

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

20% Deposit

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

8:30 AM, Daily Year Round

14 miles / 22 km, 4 hours

 

14 years old

Intermediate to advanced

Class II/III/IV rapids

Swimsuit and/or shorts

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
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