Tours by Region
Get ready for some serious fun and enjoy the rush!
This is where the jungle meets the ocean, this is Adventureland! Try our new Paddle boarding or enjoy kayaking the coast and the mangroves, explore our jungle in the National Park and as part of our exclusive coastal hike. Get into our mountains and run the Savegre and Naranjo Rivers on our white water rafting and Jungle Tubing tours.
Costa Rica’s most famous river! Coming down from the Talamanca Mountains, this river offers up to 5 days of white water. Choose to chance the rapids and to dance the tides on the Caribbean side of Costa Rica for one or two days immersed in the tropical jungle.
Go with the Flow! Sarapiqui is known for its amazing and rich biodiversity as well as for being an adventure seeker’s dream destination. The river offers breath taking views of the forest, views of tropical birds and the excitement of continuous rapids. The Arenal Volcano area offers hikes to the National Park, hanging bridges and of course the most perfect conical shaped volcano in Central America.
Welcome to the sunny side of Costa Rica, known for its beaches and resorts, the “unknown” Cucaracho, Tenorio and Corobici rivers will surprise you. Go where you feel most alive, nature floating trips and white water adventures await for you!
Tours in Manuel Antonio
Enjoy sport, fun, adventure in this beach Paradise
Explore The Hidden Mangrove Forests
A river adventure ideal for families, kids and people of all ages
Discover the natural beauty of Manuel Antonio National Park
An amazing nature experience from above the rainforests!
Trips and Tours in Pacuare
The best Whitewater rafting tour in Costa Rica, world famous!
World Class rafting with endless rainforests and Rainforest Lodge!
Trips and Tours in Arenal and Sarapiqui
Amazing nature Experience above the rainforest
Paddle through Lake Arenal with volcano views
Explore ancient lava flows and tropical nature
Trips and Tours in Guanacaste
One of Costa Rica’s most beautiful rivers
An awesome journey amidst tropical dry forests
Newly discovered 12 miles of Class III-IV rapids