For those of you who just can't get enough out of your active vacation, we invite you to join us on eight days of Multisport Adventure. Biking down lush, tropical river valleys, and past active volcanoes is just the beginning - you'll also white water raft down the world famous Pacuare River, canoe and snorkel in the crystal-blue Pacific ocean, and enjoy delicious tropical meals and the warm hospitality of our native Costa Rican guides.
Two days mountain biking - 30 to 45 km each day
One day hiking in the Rainforest - 2 to 4 hours hiking
White Water Rafting, Ocean Canoeing, Snorkeling
Difficulty: easy to intermediate. A moderate physical challenge with varied activities.
Beginner riders might want to shuttle part of the way on biking days.
Minimum age for white water rafting is 12 years old.
Cost: US $ 1,950 per person in double occupancy
Single supplement: US $ 325
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Private departures are possible on any date, with a minimum of two persons, depending on availability.
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· 7 nights lodging on select accommodations
· Support Van
· Bilingual Naturalist Guides and Professional guides for each activity
· Use of a Front Suspension Mountain Bike
· 7 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 3 Dinners as listed in the itinerary
· Entrance fees and tours listed in the itinerary
Day 1: Arrival to San Jose
Your guide will greet you at the airport and drive you to our hotel in the beautiful Orosi Valley. Here we'll fit bikes, have a safety talk, and enjoy a traditional Costa Rican casado dinner. D
Day 2: Bicycling the Reventazon Valley
Our bike ride this morning starts right outside the hotel, and follows the scenic Orosi and Reventazon River valleys as they wind through coffee, sugar, and palm plantations to the village of Atirro. From here we'll shuttle a few minutes to our hotel for the evening with a view of Angostura Lake and the valley of Turrialba. B / Biking distance: 49 km (30 miles)
Day 3: Rafting the Pacuare River
After a short shuttle to the Pacuare River, we will enjoy a day of white water rafting. The Pacuare features some of the best rafting in Latin America and a project to build a hydroelectric dam on this river was recently rejected by the environmental authorities of Costa Rica based on lack of information about the project's social and environmental impact. Throughout the day we'll see stunning scenery as the river winds its way through deep canyons and primordial rainforest. Professional guides with years of experience on the river pilot each raft. We stop to enjoy a picnic lunch in these beautiful surroundings. Following our trip, we'll shuttle on to Sarapiqui where our hotel is located near La Tirimbina Rainforest Reserve. BLD / Rafting distance: 27 km (17 miles).
Day 4: Guided Rainforest Hike
The rainforest preserves in Sarapiqu� protect some of the last remaining low and mid-elevation tropical forests in Central America. Today at La Tirimbina Reserve, you can choose a short hike or a longer hike guided by a local naturalist. After the hike we’ll have lunch and then shuttle to the village of La Fortuna, which lies just east of the Arenal Volcano. BLD / Walking time: 2 - 4 hours, your choice.
Day 5: Biking near Arenal Volcano and Lake Arenal
This morning we have the option of doing the Zip Lines Canopy Tour. Later Arenal Volcano dominates our ride - and what a sight! As you approach Lake Arenal, keep your eyes and ears open for the playful sounds of howler monkeys and the comic antics of coatimundi, as well as other wildlife that call the lake home. At our hotel this afternoon, we'll enjoy views back to the lake and the volcano in the distance. BD / Distance: 38 or 55km (24 - 34 miles) your choice.
Day 6: Canoeing & Snorkeling on the Pacific Coast
Today we shuttle to the Central Pacific Coast where we’ll take outrigger canoes for an afternoon of paddling and snorkeling. Each canoe holds 5-7 people plus a guide, so you don't have to do all of the work. We'll paddle 25 minutes to a small beach further down the coast where we'll stop to eat fresh fruit, rest, swim, and snorkel before paddling back to the starting point. In the late afternoon we arrive to Esterillos where you can relax by the pool or take a walk on the almost endless beach. B
Day 7: Hiking in Manuel Antonio National Park
The last day of our Costa Rica adventure takes us to nearby Carara National Park for a guided hike in the forest plus some relaxing time on the beach. We'll celebrate the end of our journey with a final dinner together at the seaside restaurant in Esterillos. BLD
Day 8: Morning transfer back to San Jose
After breakfast together, we’ll drive 2 hours back to San José and the International Airport for those needing to get home. Pura Vida! B
Note: Departures on other days of the week are possible depending on availability with a minimum of two persons.
Call 1-866-465-4114 or contact us here for details.
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