The beautiful Tenorio River provides a pristine and gorgeous backdrop for this adrenaline-packed rafting tour. The wild ride down the narrow Tenorio River in four-man rafts is filled with excitement. Monkeys and birds can be seen between runs through the thrilling white-water rapid. A walk-around is provided for rafters who don’t want to try the big drop!
What to expect:
Begin your day with a stop at the edge of the Corobici River where you will meet your rafting guides. Then you will hop in vehicles for your trek across the plains to the river put-in point. Once you arrive, you and the guides will carry the gear down to the river’s bank where you will gear-up and practice rafting skills your guide will teach you so you will understand his commands and know when to paddle and which direction, and when to rest – and, of course, how to high-five your fellow rafters with your paddle!
You will take a short break mid-way down the river to enjoy some fresh pineapple and a cool drink of water before getting back to the fun. After you finish the tour, you will help your guides haul the paddles and life vests up to the awaiting vehicles ready to take you back to the restaurant overlooking the Corobici River.
Change into dry clothing before sitting down to a relaxing and delicious typical, hot meal. Enjoy the sights and of the bubbling water of the Rio Corobici. Lunch includes a fruit beverage, but alcoholic beverages are available for purchase. Stop by the gift shop if you like before heading back to your hotel.
Note: DO NOT TAKE ANYTHING ON THE RIVER YOU ARE NOT WILLING TO LOSE
Duration: 7-8 hours including transportation to and from activity
Schedule: Departs Daily with a minimum of 2 persons
LEVEL – CHALLENGING: Minimum Age 12
Adults: $ 155
- Transportation to and from selected Guanacaste Hotels
NOTE: Some locations may have additional pick up fees.
May stop at multiple hotels before or after your pickup and drop-off times
- Transport to River, Life-Vest and Rafting Gear
- Water, Fruit
- Experienced Local Bilingual Rafting Guides
WHAT TO BRING:
- Waterproof Camera or Video if you have a lanyard to attach
NOTE: You are responsible for loss or damage that may result to your camera gear
- Waterproof bag for transporting your personal items to be stowed on raft
- Change of Clothes and Towel
- Cash to tip guides
- Spirit of adventure, sense of humor and a smile