What to bring: Swimsuit, light jacket, comfortable shoes, camera and binoculars
Description (see more)
The Sarapiquí River is known as the scenic river of Costa Rica’s tropical rain forest, has its origin on the Deception Depression between the Poás and Barba volcanoes and runs for 85 Kms
(53 Miles) to the San Juan River, border between Costa Rica and Nicaragua.
It is used for rafting through 35 Kilometers, with all the range of difficulty in three different sections.
The three sections run from 1200 ft. of altitude and a flow volume of around 1,300 ft3/second with difficulty of class IV and V to a final altitude of 100 ft. and a flow rate of 5,000 ft3/second and difficulty of class I.