Tenorio Rafting Costa Rica
Upper Tenorio – Pozo Azul Section (Class III-IV): If you are prepared for a huge adventure, you are surely ready for this. The Tenorio River will test your courage with its rapids (irregular and medium waves, complex maneuverings in fast rapids in its class III; intense and powerful but yet predictable in the class IV).
Guanacaste features a distinctive dry tropical climate and remains largely undiscovered by foreign visitors. Yet it offers natural treasures—including seven national parks, three wildlife reserves that make out of this province “the place” to enjoy of the wild rapids of the Tenorio.
For those already rafters this trip is a must. Its continue challenges await you as you plunge through twists, turns and drops down 8 miles of intense, challenging rapids. All participants must be in a good physical condition.
Includes: Transportation, Guide Bilingue (English / Spanish), equipment and lunch.
What to bring: your swim trunks and comfortable wearing clothes to get wet, rubber sole shoes, a complete change of clothes and towel; sun block, sunglasses with secure head straps and a baseball cap or hat that fits tight, swimsuit, sunscreen, insect repellent and waterproof camera
Difficulty: Medium & Extreme.
Category Tour: Adventure.
How Long? Full Day.
Restrictions: Trouble walking, Pregnant, heart disease,