Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui in Costa Rica, from Central America region, is best know for River Rafting & Tubing. Discover best things to do in Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui
5 based on 406 reviews
Since 1992, Aguas Bravas has been Costa Rica's Whitewater Professionals. We operate rafting and jungle safari tours in more rivers throughout the country than any other comapny, and are the only adventure company that can boast a perfect safety record! 100% Safe! You can choose your activities, making combos of activities in one or two days, with or without transport, as you want! You can also sleep in our new hostel Islas del Rio, at the same place. With us, you are not a number - but part of our family!Be sure to choose Aguas Bravas, the only company hat offers Full Adventure with a Taste of Culture!
Felipe and Pablo were fantastic - we had a great time and the rapids were pretty rapid following lots of heavy rain, but felt totally safe throughout.Dear RSV123, Thank you so much for your comment, We appreciate your visit and your review, we hope to have your visit again. Best Regards,
5 based on 67 reviews
We did white the white water rafting trip with the Green Rivers team in June. The 3 of us had never been rafting before. Mariano (aka Rasta) and Ralph were a great team - very professional and we felt safe in their hands while at the same having such a laugh. Being a smaller operator they were able provide it much more personal. Would whole heartedly recommend a rafting trip with them!
5 based on 39 reviews
We visited this charming place on a very rainy day in February. The owner of the farm took us on a tour, after serving us with delicious pineapple juice and coffee and although he did not speak English we thoroughly enjoyed the trip. We saw lots of Costa Rican wildlife, including Iguanas and frogs, and even fed the Tilapia fish in the ponds. We were given our very own pineapple to take back to the hotel and at the end we enjoyed the juice of fresh sugar cane and ginger, which was delicious. A lovely afternoon out, even in the heavy tropical rain!
4 based on 16 reviews
We are excited, and cant’ wait to host you in our wonderful, relaxing and exotic Sarapiqui River. Our motor-boat Safari along the Sarapiqui, Nicaragua Lake and Tortuguero won't disappoint you...We are just 90 minutes from San Jose. We are committed to providing our guest with the best service from the first encounter we make with you. Let us show you an excellent experience with the great diversity of species of flora and fauna that inhabit in the humid tropical forest, more than 5% of the diversity in the world. Some of the animals you'll expect to see are crocodiles, sloths, caimans, different species of monkeys, and more than 600 birds species to include the sunbitter, and the whistling-duck! All boats have engines that minimize noise and cause the least impact on the environment, equipped with life vests, fire extinguishers, and audio for information-sharing during the tour. Our company has the corresponding and law-required policies. Greetings from the land of the PURA VIDA
A man of this organization (official one ?) told me to come back the day later at 14:00... no one. I came back next day 9:00... no one. So the 2 trips have been cancelled. I think only groups interest them. So if you like nature and want to make a trip, choose another company.
5 based on 4 reviews
Luis Vargas was our tour guide for 13 days in January. He took a small group around Costa Rica to visit the various ecological zones in the country to see nature at it's best. He has an amazing wealth of information when it comes to the flora and fauna of his country. He also knows how to make a tour not only interesting, but fun. He had us rolling in the isles with laughter many times. I would not hesitate to book him for any kind of birding, nature or sports activities in Costa Rica. He is one of the best tour guides I have ever been with.
3.5 based on 3 reviews
Great for bird watching. We even saw some chimps in the tree as well. We saw an Iguana way up in the top of a tree. Very interesting. We saw anhinga's, kingfisher, wood stork, bare-throated tiger heron, snowy, egret, green ibis, black vulture, Turkey vulture, spotted sandpiper, broad billed motmot, Yellow throated toucan and many more birds. Bring your notebook and get ready to identify some birds.
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