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Free Transportation with Rafting


•Difficulty: Class III - IV
•Distance: 30 Km /18 miles
•Number of rapids: 52
•Approximate river time: 4 Hours
•Minimum age: 12 years
•Price: $99 per person including transportation, breakfast and lunch.

The Pacuare River is world famous for its sheer beauty. A true river gorge, it is flanked by steep, green cliffs. Wildlife is abundant, with sloths, toucans, parrots, coatis, morpho butterflies and colorful frogs being common sights.

The white water on the river is equally exciting. It is not an overly challenging river, but it has a lot of rapids, giving you a fun filled adventure. The 18 mile run includes a total of 52 rapids. Few rivers in the world offer so many.
Between 8:15am-9:00am you will have breakfast at the Exploration Center in Siquirres and then we head for the river. Upon arrival at the river we will gear you up with a life jacket, helmet and paddle and then brief you with a full safety orientation talk. Finally, it is time to take off down the rapids!
The first 4 miles consist of fun, class II-III rapids which is a perfect time to test your new river skills and gain confidence in your team. Here you find pockets of secondary growth forest that are extremely beautiful. After about 40 minutes we will enter the famous Pacuare River Gorge, which is 5 miles of some of the best white water Costa Rica has to offer. The rapids here are "Terciopelo snake", "Double drop", "Upper and Lower Huacas", "Pin ball" to name a few. You will also see the Huacas waterfall, a 150 foot dramatic drop into the river.
After the gorge the river opens up into a 5 mile stretch on the Valle del Pacuare, where the river has a different character. It is wide open, which gives you the opportunity to rest a bit and take the opportunity to do some wildlife spotting. The main rapids here are "Cimarrones", "The Play Hole", "El Indio" and "Magnetic Rock". Here we will stop and have delicious lunch (vegetarian options are available) at a riverside beach.
You finish in Siquirres, at the Exploration Center, where you can take a shower, change and enjoy the gardens and terrace while having a beer or two and reflecting with your new friends about the great adventure you just shared. You will then be transported to La Costa de Papito.


This is one of Costa Rica's top rivers. It has the hardest commercial runs in the country, as well as the biggest white water. With over 65kms (40 miles) of rapids, it has two different sections to choose from: Pascua and Florida.
The Reventazón is your best choice for late dry season months (March and April). It maintains very good water levels, as other rivers start getting really low.


•Difficulty: Class IV +
•Distance: 24 Km /15 miles
•Number of rapids: 44
•Approximate river time: 4 Hours
•Minimum age: 15 years
•Price: $99 per person. Including breakfast, lunch and transportation

After paddling the Pascua section of the Reventazon River, adventurers agree that these are the best rapids they have encountered. A classic, big water run, Pascua is guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat, literally! And when we say big, well, some of the waves on this run are bigger than the raft!

Rapids like "Dirty Mind", "The Abyss", "Indigestion" and "Horrendito" are among the fifteen class IV rapids you will run. Big mountain landscapes including superb views of the nearby Turrialba Volcano.


•Difficulty: Class II -III
•Distance: 16 Km /10 miles
•Number of rapids: 18
•Approximate river time:2 2/1Hours
•Minimum age: 9 years
•Price: $79 per person. Including breakfast, lunch and transportation

A great big water run, with moderate difficulty. The lush surroundings, abundant bird life and a good amount of fun rapids makes this a great introduction to river running. This run is clearly divided in two halves. The first hour is very exciting, with big waves and long rapids.

We stop for a first class buffet lunch and picnic at the prettiest beach on the river. The second half is more relaxed as the river enters the lower Caribbean region and the surroundings take on a jungle character and the wildlife is more plentiful. At the end we take you to our Exploration Center, where you can change, shower and relax. You will then be transported to La Costa de Papito.