Whitewater Rafting Costa Rica
Costa Rica is widely considered to be one of the best places in the world to visit for whitewater rafting enthusiasts, and is well-known for being the paddling mecca of Central America. The birthplace of the World Rafting Championship, Costa Rica played host to the tournament in its inaugural year in 1991, as well as in October of 2011 to promote sustainable tourism.
The combination of a rainforest’s precipitation with lush and mountainous terrain, make Costa Rican rivers challenging, exciting, and abundant. In fact, Costa Rica boasts one of the highest ratios of rivers per square mile in the world. The country’s rainforest wildlife and scenery create an exotic backdrop for Costa Rica river rafting trips. Costa Rica’s sets the standard for whitewater rafting around the world. Check out our local options:
For more experienced rafters, the Class IV rapids of the Naranjo River boast a great half-day trip.
The river drops steeply from the Talamanca Mountains surrounding Quepos and…View More