Costa Rica


In the Caribbean region of Costa Rica there is a protected zone of incomparable beauty that begins near the town of Siquirres and covers approximately 25,000 acres as it descends down the Talamanca Mountain Range.

This is the area known as Pacuare, which constitutes one of the most important protected areas in the region.

Its proximity to the lowlands and its high annual rainfall combine to nurture the complex life systems whose abundance makes for extraordinary scenic beauty.

Located within this zone, the Pacuare River forms the northern border of Central America’s most important network of national parks and reserves and offers some of the finest white water in Latin America.


• Most exotic and scenic rivers in the world.
• Rafting Class III-IV.
• Includes breathtaking waterfalls along the route.

• Duration: Approximately 5 hours.
• Home to diverse wildlife species.
• Ideal for adventure seekers.