Desafío Adventure Company is recognized for being on the leading edge of adventure since 1992. So, it's time, once again, to present you our new tours and new logistics for 2019 and 2020!
NEW OPERATION IN SARAPIQUI
Everyone can enjoy one of the most versatile and popular rivers in Costa Rica. The Sarapiquí River has an impressive biodiversity of flora and fauna as it is located adjacent to the San Juan La Selva and Braulio Carrillo biological corridor.
NEW!! FULL DAY Rafting Class 3-4! - This amazing Class 3-4 Rafting is comparable to the Pacuare River -- you get 4 hours of exciting rafting surrounded by deep jungle from San Miguel to our restuarant and operations center Red Eyed Frog in El Roble.
Rafting Class 2-3 - From La Virgen to El Roble with recommended ages between 10 to 65 years.
NEW!! Jungle Safari Float Sarapiqui - The starting point of this unique Jungle Safari Float is in Jacaré, accompanied by a naturalist guide and finishing with a delicious lunch.
>> Adventure Connections & One Day Tours from San José: The Sarapiqui River is a wonderfully versatile river with many classes of rapids and interesting things to do around the area in lush rainforest. When your clients travel between San José and Fortuna or in the Caribbean and/or Tortuguero we can accommodate EVERYONE in the Sarapiquí region - from the most extreme rafting in the area to a bicycle tour, a pineapple, chocolate or waterfall tour, birdwatching, among many other things. Remember that at the end of all the tours, your clients arrive to our Red Eye Frog restaurant to enjoy our delicious traditional delicious Caribbean-influenced "casado" and then be taken to their respective destinations. Try our Sarapiquí River options for your next trip and see how versatile and FUN it is!
NEW OPERATION ON LAKE ARENAL
We are launching our new ARENAL PADDLE & PEDAL SHACK at Lake Arenal for a variety of options for clients that travel between La Fortuna and Monteverde.
>> Adventure Connections between Arenal and Monteverde:
1) Biking from Foforo (El Castillo area) to Río Chiquito.
2) Nature Walk along the shore of Lake Arenal.
NEW! Transportation in a Jungle Limo 4x4 along the shore of Lake Arenal towards Monteverde.
Policies for Road Drivers: Be SAFE! Have Serious FUN!
We are convinced that the most challenging and dangerous jobs in Costa Rica is navigating our streets and highways. We pride ourselves in safe, cordial drivers and thought this would be a good moment to tell you about our policies of the road:
A. Avoid maneuvers that endanger the safety of customers and their own.
B. Avoid deviating from the established route. In case of being strictly necessary or that the clients request it, the drivers must contact Operations to confirm the change of route.
C. Do not stop at places that may put customer safety at risk (curves, double yellow line, dangerous areas, among others).
D. Maintain the limit at 60 km/h in rural areas and 70 km/h on major highways.
E. Require the use of a seat belt for all occupants of the bus.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have suggestions or ideas to improve our transportation service for you and your clients.
Desafío Adventure Company to participate in the Whitewater Rafting Summit in Costa Rica
The Costa Rica Whitewater Rafting Summit will take place during the month of October. It will convene experts in the regulation, operation and certification of rafting with the mission of modernizing the rules and procedures of the industry to world standards.
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