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Jaco Rafting Savegre River
Jaco Rafting Naranjo River

Savegre river & Waterfalls class III Before $125 Now  $95 with lunch When you drive to Our meeting Point Free Hotel pick up from Manuel Antonio and Quepos 

Naranjo River class IV Before $99 Now  $90

Driving to meeting point Before $115 rafting and waterfalls now only  $90  min 2 people
( takes one hour drive from Jaco to meeting point
From Jaco $125 min 2 people)

The Savegre River provides Class II,and III rapids that are manageable in sturdy rafts that accommodate 2 to 6 people comfortably. Our guides stop at locally known swimming spots and breathtaking waterfalls, if the rafters want a break from paddling, and there is always time to enjoy the abundant variety of wildlife along the river. On most trips, rafters will observe egrets, osprey, toucans, parrots, kingfishers, cormorants, and many other species local to this protected area of the primary tropical rain forest. After a steady 13 mile trip down the river, we wind our way back to the little village of “Silencio” where a gladly awaited hot lunch “Tico Style” and local refreshments are waiting. Once fed, happy and well-traveled, our now experienced Savegre River rafters spend a leisurely trip home driving back to Manuel Antonio, to ponder on continuing a rafting experience on the Naranjo River or to savor the experiences of your day just pastMinimum age: 8 yrs. 



Chorro Section class IV- V  $90

Jan to May
The Only Class IV-V During Dry season 
Chorro Section
Class IV and V
only $100 pp min 2 people 
from Los Sueños /Jaco/Esdterillos Please inquire

A guided expedition to 22 km of Quepos in the mountains on the edge of the province the section of the Naranjo River awaits us to run rapids class III, IV & V in a distance of 5 kilometers in approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes. 


The indescribable excitement when we  enter to a narrow canyon to paddle the technical whitewater and intense section of small drops, as if you were on a slide with  small waterfalls coming out of some walls with fossils. A break at the exit of the canyon where a few meters away we find a relaxing waterfall with pools, a refreshment of fresh fruit, cookies and juices. The descent continues for a couple of kilometers more where a less intense heartbeat will allow us to appreciate the scenery more calmly.


when you drive to the meting point $90pp 2 people min
From Jaco $100 pp 2 people min
Green season's best
Class III 
possible  IV on high water
The section we raft goes from the town of Villanueva in the mountains to the Llamarón Bridge on the road from Quepos to Dominical.  On this 8-mile section of class III-IV whitewater, we will run rapids like “La Piñata”, “El Cesar” and “Robin Hood”. On the second half of our run, the river opens up on the Pacific flatlands, giving us the opportunity to enjoy the view and see many species of birds like the Ringed Kingfisher and the White Ibis.


Family Flow Trip Class I

From older children to adults, Savegre family flow trip will certainly impress everyone. The unique
vantage from the raft provides an awesome panoramic view of the rainforest, offering ample
opportunity to spot tropical plants and animals. The Savegre River is perfect for white water
rafting beginners. Though somewhat easier, you’ll experience the great sensation of taking on a
beautiful Costa Rican river.w us to appreciate the scenery more calmly.

           What to bring

 Rubber-soled shoes that can get wet (Tevas, tennis shoes), t-shirt and quick-drying shorts, plenty of sunscreen lotion, sun glasses with straps to se- cure them. Change of cloth and towel. Life jackets are provided and are required to be worn by each guest. Duration: 5 to 7 hours from Quepos and Manuel Antonio add two more hours from jaco

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