Become immersed in Costa Rica's natural wilds cycling, snorkelling, kayaking and rafting
Quench your wanderlust while sating an appetite for adventure on this active trip through one of the world's greenest countries. Paddle down the Pacuare River by raft for a night in a rainforest eco lodge. Snorkel in the company of turtles, barracuda and reef sharks in Cahuita National Park. Cycle along the Caribbean coastline to the mellow beach refuge of Puerto Viejo and paddle through the waterways of Tortuguero National Park in search of monkeys, toucans and jaguars. Costa Rica is a country where adventure-seekers thrive.
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The Pacuare River has been rated as one of the ten top best rivers around the world; not only for its rapids, but also its pristine rainforest surrounds and waterfalls
Cahuita National Park is home to monkeys, reptiles, toucans and macaws, while its waters contain turtles, barracudas, sea urchins and more than 125 species of fish
Hop into kayaks and paddle through the waterways of Tortuguero National Park in search of monkeys, sloths, caiman, jaguars, lizards, bats and a gamut of birdlife
This is an active trip - a reasonable level of fitness is required.
This itinerary is valid for departures from 01 January 2017 to 31 December 2017. View the itinerary for departures between 01 January 2018 - 31 December 2018
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On Day 1 there are no activities planned until the important welcome meeting at approximately 6pm. There are no activities planned for the final day.
A Single Supplement to have your own room is available for purchase on this trip.
Our Raft, Snorkel & Kayak in Costa Rica trips score an average of 4.83 out of 5 based on 6 reviews in the last year.
The guide was really inclusive and made us all feel comfortable with all the activities. It was great to see so much of the country from the water, as well as learn about all the wildlife. I would recommend bringing shoes (and clothes) you don't mind getting wet that will probably stay wet for most of the trip, as well as plastic bags or something to keep them separate from the rest of your luggage. A towel is also essential!
Review submitted 23 Jul 2017
For this trip, nice clothes are not necessary. Pack as light as possible taking any necessary or potential meds with you! A water bottle is important, too! :)
Review submitted 23 Jun 2017