Pacuare 1 Day

Trip Length

1 Day

River time

3.5 - 5 Hours

Rapid Class

III-IV

minimum Age

12 yo (Dec - May)
14 yo (Jun – Nov)

Distance

26 km (18 miles)

IMPORTANT

We operate this tour with a minimum of 2 people arriving at our operations center in Siquirres. If there are 3 or 4 people, an additional charge of ($60) is applied in total per transfer, per way. If there are five people or more, this charge does not apply and we provide the free Multi-destination service leaving at the following points: San José, La Fortuna and Puerto Viejo de Talamanca

Itinerary

The Pacuare River has been rated one of the top rivers in the world, an amazing Costa Rica day trip full of Excitement and Adventure that connect you with the rainforest in Costa Rica.

Rafting on the Pacuare River – rated one of the top rivers in the world – is an amazing Costa Rica day trip. You’ll raft through the incredible rainforest on 18 miles of Class III-IV whitewater.

We will transport you from your San José, La Fortuna de San Carlos or Puerto Viejo de Talamanca area hotels.

After a trip of about two hours to reach our meeting point in the Siquirres area where our staff will be waiting to welcome you and enjoy a delicious typical Costa Rican breakfast. We change our clothes and prepare with everything necessary for an adventure day. We will drive for 45 minutes until we reach one of the most beautiful rivers. The Pacuare River is considered the best rafting in Costa Rica.

Here, our professional, certified rafting guides will outfit you with all necessary equipment, give you a comprehensive rafting safety talk, and instruct you on paddling basics, complying with the regulations established by Rios Adventure Travel and the International Rafting Federation.

Then, you and your group will launch your raft and begin to paddle deep into the heart of one of Costa Rica’s most impressive primary rainforests. It’s an adrenaline-packed day running the Pacuare’s renowned rapids.

Starting a route that will be 18 Milles (26 kilometers) with different levels of intensity ranging from class III and IV where you can put your skills into practice by paddling through its waters full of an incredible biodiversity of Flora and fauna, surrounded by a tropical forest Virgin that will amaze you with its great natural beauty.

Somewhere along the river, we will stop at one of the beautiful beaches on the banks of the Pacuare River for a little break; meanwhile our guides will prepare a delicious lunch for you.

After lunch, we will start again the final route of 1 hour 30 minutes but not without taking the experience of swimming in the beautiful canyon of Dos Montañas. We will continue downstream to the takeaway point.

At the end we move for 15 minutes back to our first meeting point in the morning where if you like you can shower and change clothes, again and then have a coffee, natural juice and some snacks then leave for your next destination.

Rates

Foreigners: $95

National & residents: $70

ALL RATES + IVA

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TRANSPORTATION

All our trips are operated with a minimum of two people, we offer transportation service with an additional charge. We offer multi-destination services from San José, La Fortuna de San Carlos and Puerto Viejo de Talamanca Limón.

Service rates:

2 pax $ 30 dollars
per person

4 pax $ 15 dollars
per person

Important

Price per person per way. From 5 pax there is no additional charge for transport Please contact us for more information!

Book Now

Rates

Foreigners: $95

National & residents: $70

ALL RATES + IVA

Book Now

TRANSPORTATION

All our trips are operated with a minimum of two people, we offer transportation service with an additional charge. We offer multi-destination services from San José, La Fortuna de San Carlos and Puerto Viejo de Talamanca Limón.

Service rates:

2 pax $ 30 dollars
per person

4 pax $ 15 dollars
per person

Important

Price per person per way. From 5 pax there is no additional charge for transport Please contact us for more information!

Book Now

What's Included

What to bring

What is waiting for you at the Pacuare River