|Costa Rica offers some of the world's finest whitewater rafting and kayaking rivers. These rivers plunge through spectacularly beautiful, largely unexplored tropical wilderness. Whether an expert or beginner, nature lover or thrill seeker, rafting enthusiast or active kayaker, there is an unforgettable experience awaiting you.|
Crop image This section of the mighty Reventazon River is some of the fastest and best 10 miles of Class III rapids you`ll ever paddle. If you`re a first time or experienced paddler looking for the excitement of big waves, hydraulics, and stunning scenery, then this trip is for you.
The drive from San Jose takes you through the impressive Braulio Carrillo National Park, pass rainforest and waterfalls across the Continental Divide to the Caribbean side of the country
The Pacuare River
The Pacuare River in Costa Rica is called by the National Geographic "one of the most beautiful rivers in the world. " The river travels without restriction at its source high in the pristine mountains of Talamanca 108 kms to the Caribbean.
The Pacuare River is the last major waterway in Costa Rica not to dams, no major destruction to the environment. Considered essential a tropical river and along its course are several densely vegetated gorges, home to jaguars, ocelots, monkeys, sloths and an incredible variety of birds.
The Pacuare is the only river in Costa Rica, which contains these features, including the virgin forest, while also being quite accessible.
Also within these gorges is one of the best whitewater in all of Central America. The enjoyment of the rafters of clean, fun and fast the magnificent scenery of
the Pacuare River offers.