Stretching 67 miles from the Cordillera de Talamanca to the Caribbean, the Pacuare River is most known for its world-renowned white water rafting, kayaking and river-boarding. But beyond its exhilarating adventures, this Límon province river boasts natural scenery that’s second to none. Sail past pristine rainforest and various micro-climates home to jaguars and monkeys, and listen for the birdsong of macaws, motmots and kingfishers. Whether you’re a beginner or pro rafter, the Pacuare River is the perfect place to get your oar stuck in. And if water sports aren’t for you, no worries. Hit the hills and go hiking,
strap on a helmet and go mountain biking or zip-line through rainforest canopies. Thanks to the remote position of the Pacuare (on the Atlantic slope of the Talamanca Mountains), the river has also been able to house several indigenous communities. Living in harmony with the river and rainforest, you can see for yourself how these communities have – so impressively – been able to coexist with Costa Rica’s mother nature for generations. Hunker down in secluded eco-lodges or chase down adventure on a trip to Pacuare River. Whatever you choose, this unforgettable tropical destination promises not to disappoint.

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