A Second Family for Miguel in the Lost Canyon by Miguel, Canyoneering Guide
My first and FAVORITE tour is the Lost Canyon. I did it the first time more than five years ago. I was living in Monteverde and actually moved where I was to be a guide in the Lost Canyon. This canyon is really amazing as it has one of the highest rappels in Costa Rica!My favorite part of being a guide at the Lost Canyon is getting to see people experience it for the first time. I love talking to the clients and learning about them and also being able to share and laugh with them. Having fun with each of them is the best part! I really love working with smaller groups as I can connect with each person better. It has definitely made me grow as a person and has allowed me to learn and practice my English also.
I also love my co-workers. We are a team and a family! We spend 8 hours a day together in the canyon. The canyon house in my second home and we are a really solid team. Most of the guys have all been working together for years and have gone through a lot. It is good to know we are always looking out for each other out there. We all work really hard but we always have fun together!
Costa Rica Cooking Class Tops La Fortuna Things To Do
Costa Rica Cooking Class in La Fortuna is one of the Top Things to Do in Arenal Costa Rica
by Christine Larson, co-owner, Desafio Adventure Company
Who ever said Costa Rican cuisine was only about “rice and beans” needs to experie..
Osvaldo Conquers His Fears on the MAMBO COMBO by Osvaldo VegaThe first tour I went on with Desafio was about a year and a half ago and it was the Mambo Combo. The two tours that our company is most famous for, rafting and canyoneering – combined in..
Single Traveler Finds Adventure and Easy Traveling with Desafío A
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heard from friends about the legendary #Rio..
The Top 10 Reasons to Visit Costa Ric
1. The People
A local farmer getting his bulls ready to make sugar cane juice in Costa Rica.
The people in Costa Rica
are often referred to as “Ticos" for men, and “ Ticas" for women. They are kn..