Rafting Naranjo River Class III – IV
from $63.00 Per person
Have no fear of the unknown in this amazing mountain river rafting adventure packed with adrenaline.
Departure from: Manuel Antonio
If you’re and adventure seeker that can´t be tamed, the Naranjo river has something in common with you. This wild and ever-changing river is the perfect tour for the experienced rafters who re familiar with Class III and IV rapids. In this one of a kind encounter with nature, the journey begins as the river flows from the Costa Rican mountains and charges through pristine jungle gorges as the rocky curves takes you back to sea levels. Also, on the river road you will pass by beautiful scenaries of stunning farmland, working cattle ranches, and beautiful African Palm Plantations in the 7 mile ride full of adrenaline as you never know if the water is going to rise in a little amount of time, elevating the difficulty levels to raft it. After the adventure is finished, you will have some refreshments before heading back to Manuel Antonio to rest after this one of a kind water extreme sports experience.
- Roundtrip transportation
- Bilingual Guide
- Safety kayakers
- All the equipment needed
Pick up time 8:00 a.m. approx.
The wild and ever-changing Naranjo River White Water Rafting challenge is recommended for physically fit adventure seekers and experienced rafters who are familiar with Class III and IV rapids.
On this high-octane, half-day adventure the trip begins when the Naranjo River drops steeply from the Costa Rican mountains and charges though pristine jungle gorges, then winds around rocky curves to take you on a wild, adventurous ride back to sea level waters. While your internationally-trained, bilingual guides and safety kayakers work with you to navigate this exciting river, you’ll pass by (rapidly) stunning farmland, working cattle ranches, and beautiful African Palm Plantations.
Unlike the Savegre River Adventure the Naranjo River Rafting Trip packs all its punches in a 7 mile ride that keeps your adrenaline level high for several hours. Water levels can rise rapidly on this Costa Rican river treasure, especially during the rainy season (May-October), which definitely brings the difficulty level up for any experienced rafter. After an adrenaline-kicking trip, enjoy local snacks and refreshments before heading back to reality, well, back to Manuel Antonio anyway.
Wear or bring sturdy sandals or water shoes, a bathing suit, sun block, bug spray, a towel, and if possible an extra change of clothes
Must be over 10 years old, good physical condition and relatively fit for paddling.