White Water Rafting at Tenorio River – One Day Tour

Samara Beach

Trip Description

Closest rafting to the beach! Enjoy the exhilarating rapids on a 2-5 hour rafting trip along the arid and impressive canyon of the Tenorio river; with a thrilling 10 foot drop at the end and. Along the way keep your eye out for beautiful wildlife. Also combine this tour with a drop off in Monteverde or Arenal as a beautiful stop on the way.

Itinerary

The Tenorio river is a beautiful river that winds its way to Guanacaste mountain range along a deep red-rock canyon surrounded by magnificent landscapes of flow tropical and dry forest.

You will receive a thorough safety briefing and get fitted for your equitment (helmets, lifejackets and paddles)after a practice with your guide get ready to enjoy a beautiful 2.5 hour rafting trip, you’ll experience over 20 thrilling rapids, and finish the tour off with Costa Rica’s MOST extreme whitewater river rapid — it is an incredible 12-ft waterfall drop that we have aptly named: “Cascabel Falls” this is an amazing way to finish this tour.

When you arrive to the end of your exciting rafting journey at our private river exit, do a quick hike to the 4×4 vehicle to drive out of this isolated, unspoiled region of Costa Rica. You’ll then be treated to a delicious, homemade lunch at our Tenorio Outpost private restaurant where you can use our changing rooms and then head on your way to Samara beach to enjoy the sunset.

Pricing and Reservations
Tenorio White Water Rafting Trip

2 Adults

$159 per Person

3 Adults

$149 per Person

4+ Adults

$139 per Person

Kids (4 – 12 years old)

$139 per Person

Minimum 2 Participants

FOR NOSARA OR PUNTA ISLITA BEACHES:

EXTRA CHARGE $30 PER PERSON
• MINIMUM 4 PASSENGERS

Schedule and Availability
Availability

• Daily Trips
Minimum 2 participants

Start Time

• 6:30 AM

Duration

• 8 Hours

What's Included

• Lunch
• Experienced and bilingual guide

*GUIDE SUPPLIED AT DESTINATION. FOR NOSARA OR PUNTA ISLITA BEACHES: EXTRA CHARGE $30 PER PERSON (MIN 4 PAX.)

What to Bring

• Clothes to get wet in
• Change of dry clothes
• Secure shoes or water shoes

Photo Gallery

White Water Rafting at Tenorio River