Pacuare River Rafting class IV

from $93.00 Per person

Have an incredible rafting adventure in this tour full of pure magic, unsurpassed beauty, wildlife and exhilarating rapids

Departure from: San Jose.

from$93.00 Per person

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All about the Pacuare River Rafting class IV.

Submerge in incredible water adventures with this quintessential tropical river. Located at Costa Rica’s Atlantic slope, the Pacuare River borders the Talamanca mountain range, home to native Cabecar Indians which makes this tour a trip of pure magic, unsurpassed beauty, wildlife and exhilarating rapids. The journey starts by taking a delicious typical Costa Rican breakfast at  the operations center. After that, you will raft 16 miles deep in rapids like Upper and Lower Huacas, Cimarrón and Dos Montañas, overpass majestic waterfalls and serene pools in one of Costa Rica’s most impressive primary rain forests. After an adrenaline-packed afternoon, you’ll finish a short drive from the Operations Center for a hearty and delicious lunch. Showers, optional drinks and visit to the souvenir store. On the return drive to San José, you’ll enjoy remarkable views of Braulio Carrillo National Park and Irazú Volcano.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Roundtrip transportation
  • Local Guide
  • Lunch
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Tips
  1. Pick up time 5:45 a.m. approx. Adrenaline
    This quintessential tropical river is a trip of pure magic, unsurpassed beauty, and wildlife and exhilarating rapids. Located on Costa Rica’s Atlantic slope, the Pacuare River borders the Talamanca mountain range, home to native Cabecar Indians and an incredible variety of wildlife.

    An early morning departure from San José will bring you to the Operations Center for a delicious, typical Costa Rican breakfast. At the private put-in you’ll initiate your rafting experience as you raft 16 miles deep in the heart of densely vegetated gorges, past gushing waterfalls, serene pools and pounding rapids, in one of Costa Rica’s most impressive primary rain forests.

    After an adrenaline-packed afternoon running rapids like Upper and Lower Huacas, Cimarron, Dos Montanas and many more you’ll finish a short drive from the Operations Center for a hearty and delicious lunch, showers, optional drinks and visit to the souvenir store. On the return drive to San José, you’ll enjoy remarkable views of Braulio Carrillos National Park and Irazú Volcano. An unbeatable experience!

Rubber-soled shoes that can get wet (Tevas, tennis shoes, booties or similar) Swimsuit; T-shirt and shorts of a quick-drying material; waterproof sunscreen lotion (SPF 15 or higher) Sun hat or bandana; croakiest or straps to secure glasses; towel; complete change of clothing including shoes.

All ages in normal healthy physical condition. Swimming experience is required. Minimum 14 years old

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