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If you can take the long drive from San Jose to see animals in there naturally surrounding then this is for you. The one thing you will need is luck because of the change you weather conditions. So check the forecast and plan ahead.
We did this tour as a full day tour. It is a long drive from San Jose. However, we had a fantastic time. We booked through Viator. Our tour guide was Mauricio and our boat driver was Pedro. We had a great time and they...More
I went white water rafting here with a huge group of teenagers through an organization called Rustic Pathways. Best experience ever. My guide Jodi was amazing and made the experience. Even though white water rafting can be scary my guide was great at making us...More
We had so much fun on our river rafting trip with Aventuras del Sarapiqui! The section of river we were on is rated as Class 2-3 as far as rapids go; not scary, but exciting! Beautiful tropical scenery all around with opportunities to see colorful...More
Left from San Jose and 2 hours later our group made it to our destination in the Rain Forest. We took a boat ride up the Sarapiqui River and then took a hour long horseback ride through rain forest and late lunch. Returned to original...More
The motor boat ride was very relaxing. The captain/operator appeared to be very proud of his Country and his job. He was very informative and got us close to iguanas, monkeys, birds, crocodiles. Be aware: At location they only accept cash or a voucher from...More
This river is the ideal. Surrounded by lush green rainforest in the upper section of the river there are Class III-IV rapids... further downriver the river widens and deepens for boat tours and great wildlife viewing including birds and crocs... all along the river you...More
The boat ride was relaxing... the main attraction: the crocodiles, iguanas, monkeys and birds that made up some of the wildlife that inhabit the river and forest. This was definitely a highlight of our week-long tour of this beautiful country.