Rafting Rio Tenorio Class 3-4

Costa Rica Adventure

Tenorio River Rafting Class 3-4


Costa Rica is well known as the whitewater rafting capital of the world due to its abundant raging rivers and thriving adventure attitude. You won't want to miss out on this quintessential Costa Rican activity while you're at the beach. Go rafting rain or shine, you're going to get wet anyway!


Experience over 22 fun, exciting rapids along 12 kilometers of river. The tour includes a fresh fruit snack and the opportunity to see plenty of wildlife along the way such as iguanas, tropical birds and monkeys. This unique rafting tour finishes with a super exciting, 12-foot waterfall drop called "CascabelFalls.”


When you arrive to the end of your exciting rafting journey at our private river exit, do a quick hike to the 4x4 vehicle to drive out of this isolated, unspoiled region of Costa Rica. You’ll then be treated to a delicious lunch and allowed to use our changing rooms before heading on your way to your hotel in time for a glorious Pacific sunset.

TOUR INCLUDES:

Rafting Tour
Bilingual rafting guides
Traditional Costa Rican lunch

WHAT TO BRING:

  • Clothes to get wet in
  • Secure shoes
  • Change of clothes for after the tour

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

  • This is a full-day tour
  • Minimum 2 people

TOUR TIMES


9:00 am

TOUR PRICE


$105.00 per person without transportation

$135.00 per person with transportation (Transportation in Dreams Las Mareas Minimum 4 pax)

Duration

7 hrs

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