If you would like more than one day of rafting and see more of Costa Rica we offer a special package of rafting the Sarapiqui River and the Pacuare River.  Perfect for families! Day 1:  Bonus!!  You will be picked up at your hotel and driven to breakfast near the La Paz waterfall, one of…

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One of the best ways to work on team building is to have everyone outside of their element or comfort zone.  Rafting provides this environment, so that we can focus on people’s natural strengths, problem solving skills and also help identify opportunities for improvement.  We have several dynamics that we can do with your team,…

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There are many class II and III rapids in the beginning of the main section of the Pacuare River Costa Rica Rafting that have changed with floods over the years. The Famous rapids still continue and start at about half way through your guided Costa Rica river trip down the Pacuare river. Double Drop or…

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The Pacuare River Rafting, whose headwaters begin on the Atlantic slope in the Talamanca mountain range, runs about 68 miles (108 km) until reaching the Caribbean Sea on the Costa Rica’s central coast. This is the quintessential tropical river, with stunning scenery and abounding wildlife. The Pacuare, Costa Rica’s most scenic and most accessible river,…

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Between the year-round warm water and the natural beauty the Costa Rica has to offer, a white water rafting trip through the Costa Rica rainforest presents the opportunity for world-class rafting in a tropical paradise. We have a wide range of options when it comes to Costa Rica rafting adventures and river difficulties varying from the calm stroll…

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Are you planning a rafting trip to Costa Rica? Awesome, you are in for a great adventure! By planning ahead on what to bring, it will help ensure your rafting trip is the best it can be. River water temperatures can vary depending on the time of year, but you can expect temps in the approx. range of 60…

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The International Scale of River Difficulty is a system (created by the American Whitewater Association) used to rate the difficulty of a stretch of river, or a single (sometimes whitewater) rapid.   The grade reflects the technical difficulty and skill level required associated with the section of river. Class I: Easy        …

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