Let your vacation be the battery-recharger that you need without missing out on any of the adventure!
We’ve been in the business of providing fun and adventure for a long time—25 years, to be exact! So we know having #SeriousFun means different things to different people and that vacations are just as much for resting as they are for adventuring.
With this in mind, we’re excited to announce that we now offer a Sarapiqui River rafting tour, class 2-3, in the afternoon for those who love to sleep in! It’s also a great option for late-arrivers to to La Fortuna who are looking to take advantage of the afternoon.
Our Sarapiqui Lower Section Half Day option leaves our office at 12pm, lasts about 6 hours (transportation time included), and includes hotel pick up and drop off, transport with free WiFi, professional bilingual guides, high quality gear, a Costa Rica whitewater rafting tour with class 2-3 rapids, a tropical fruit snack, and a traditional casado style dinner afterward. It’s the perfect way to relax and enjoy Costa Rica at your own speed without missing out on any of the adventure.
With Desafio Adventure Company, you don’t have to be an early bird in order to enjoy the worm! We have options for all you night-owls, too. ;-)
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