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Whitewater Rafting in Costa Rica

Saverge River: (Class II-IV) – Start off the trip with a 4×4 trip deep into the backcountry area near the put-in of Rio Saverge. This trip averages about four hours. There are plenty of spots for swiming, relaxing, and enjoying. You are likely to see lots of jungle animals, waterfalls, and amazing scenery. Many trips stop for lunch and snacks.

Nanajro River: (Class III-IV) – Not for first timers, this river can go from exciting to extreme with just a little bit of rain. The river runs through a lavish jungle gorge that starts above Quepos. This half day trip is full of steep declines and will bring you down to sea level.

Rio Reventazon Carmen Section: (Class II) – This is the perfect trip for first time rafters or those who just want a super safe trip. Long stretches of clam water make for great swimming and plenty of places to just enjoy the scenery. Great for families with small children. This trip is 1 – 2 hours long.

Rio Reventazon Florida Section: (Class III) – A whooping ten miles of big waves, hydraulics, and rapids. This is a rafting trip thats sure not to dissapoint. If you are new to rafting but want to start off big, this is a good section to it. This full day trip usually starts off with a much needed breakfast.

Rio Reventazon Pascua Section:
(Class IV) – Be ready for a full day of activity here. This is a must do for experienced rafters. This section of river will take you down 15 miles of action packed river. There is no shortage of big rapids here. This is truly a Costa Rica rafting experience through beautiful scenery.

Rio Pacure:
(Class III-IV) – Not only is this the best river for whitewater rafting in Costa Rica, but it is one of the most popular rivers in the world. World class rapids and breath taking scenery make this trip nothing short of amazing. Paddle through lush rain forest, past waterfalls, picturesque pools, and plenty of wildlife.