Spend eight days reveling in all the adventure this eco-paradise has to offer.
Costa Rica is an adventure-lover’s dream. Everywhere we look, we are greeted with peaceful waterfalls, tropical rainforests and stretches of ocean surf. These are the perfect conditions for ziplining, rafting, canyoning, cycling and hiking. A leader in wildlife and sustainability initiatives, Costa Rica is rich with interesting creatures. Our guides use their training as naturalists to point out white-faced capuchins, howler monkeys and maybe even a sloth camouflaged in a tree.
Our journey begins at Arenal Volcano National Park, where we spend three days hiking volcanos, canyoning deep in the tropical rainforest and ziplining high above the jungle canopy. Get a glimpse of the majestic Arenal volcano and then soak up natural thermal hot springs with fellow adventurers after the day’s explorations. Take in the wild and beautiful Rio Pacuare for two days of heart-pounding whitewater rafting. Spend our final day cycling through the quaint towns and fertile slopes of the Turrialba region.
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Hike, bike, and raft through Costa Rica's beautiful jungles and rivers
Enjoy a thrilling two-day whitewater rafting trip and relax at a river camp
Explore high and low while rappelling waterfalls and ziplining through forests
Visit Arenal Volcano National Park, thermal hot springs, Turrialba, and more
Activities: Hiking, Rafting, Zip-lining, Canyoning, Cycling
Accommodations: Hotels/lodges, 6 nights; River camp, 1 night
Duffel Bag or Soft-Sided Suitcase
Hiking Shorts (Quick-Dry, Lightweight)
Hiking Socks (Synthetic or Wool)
Rain Jacket (Hooded, Lightweight, Waterproof, Breathable)
Water Bottles (Two 1-Quart) or Hydration System
Sun Block and Lip Balm
Long Sleeve Shirts (Synthetic, Lightweight)
Day Pack (21L-35L)
Water Shoes (Full Foot Protection)
Flashlight or Headlamp with Fresh Batteries
Tee Shirts (Synthetic)
Day Pack Rain Cover
Luggage Tags and Locks
Casual Clothing for Travel and Town Wear (Lightweight, Easily Washable)
Fleece/Wool Jacket or Sweater
Hiking Pants (Convertible, Quick-Dry, Lightweight)
Casual Shoes for Travel and Free Time
Personal First Aid Kit/Medications (Lightweight)
Sunglasses and Accessories
Travel Alarm Clock
Rashguard (Long Sleeve)
Duffel Bag (Small, for Overnight Trip)
Personal Wipes and Hand Sanitizer Gel
Feel free to contact us should you have any questions. Adventure@WeLoveExploring.com
A Non-Refundable deposit of $500 USD is due to reserve your place on this trip. The balance is due 30 days prior to your trip. Holiday surcharge may apply. Full refund of deposit if trip is not confirmed with the minimum number of participants.
The key to staying comfortable while on an active trip is layering. To obtain maximum comfort with minimum weight, you need versatile layers that mix and match to create the right amount of insulation, ventilation and weather protection. This gear list has been created to help you choose your clothing and gear for this trip. Try to bring only what is necessary—this will help you and the field staff.
There is no single supplement fee for those willing to share accommodations with a same-gender roommate. If you are willing to share but we are unable to pair you with a same-gender roommate, you will not be charged the single supplement fee. If you do not wish to share and request single accommodations, you will be required to pay the single supplement fee. Please be advised that there are a limited number of single accommodations available.
Costa Rica enjoys a nearly perfect tropical climate. The average temperature is 72° F in the highlands and ranges from the high 60s to the low 90s in the lowlands. There is a rainy season (or green season) from May to November when various parts of the country experience higher amounts of precipitation, and a dry summer season generally lasting from December through April. As we are in the tropics, rainfall is a possibility during any month of the year making adequate raingear a necessity.
We look forward to having you join us for the trip of a lifetime! Why wait? Space is limited, reserve your adventure today.
Costa Rica Ultimate Adventure
Pure Thrills Meet the Pure Life
Day 1: Pura Vida! Our ultimate adventure begins in San Jose.
Day 2: Visit a farm and hike in Arenal Volcano National Park.
Day 3: Waterfall rappelling and relaxing hot springs.
Day 4: Hike among trees alive with birds and zip-line through a rainforest.
Day 5: Begin a jungle rafting adventure on the Rio Pacuare.
Day 6: Enjoy another day of great whitewater rafting adventure.
Day 7: Mountain bike through quaint Costa Rican towns.
Day 8: Our Costa Rica Ultimate Adventure ends in San Jose.
Note on Itinerary
Although we do our best to adhere to the schedule listed above, this itinerary is subject to change for numerous reasons beyond our control.
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8 Days / 7 Nights, Activity: Hiking, Rafting, Zip-lining, Canyoning, Cycling.
Starting 2017, COST: $3,700 USD, Deposit: $500 USD, Group Size 10
Dates: This trip takes place on the 4th Thursday of every month.
All accommodations; meals as noted in the daily itinerary; airport transfers on Day 1 and Day 8; transportation within Costa Rica; local English-speaking guides; zip line canopy tour and canyoning tour; entrance to hot springs near Arenal; all rafting gear (life vests, helmets, etc.) and mountain bikes.
Airfare to San Jose, Costa Rica; 2 dinners; alcoholic beverages or soft drinks; optional guide gratuities; laundry fees; excess baggage charges or insurance of any kind.
Consider as you sign up
Airline tickets - Please check with us before purchasing your airline tickets to ensure your trip is confirmed with the minimum number of participants required to operate.
Travel insurance - To protect your travel investment, we highly recommend the purchase of travel insurance.
Payment and Cancellation