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Costa Rica Extreme Multi Sport Adrenaline in the Coasts & Mountains 8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS

Getting ready for the Adventure

Remember there is a departure tax of $29.00 per person.

What to bring? This is going to be a warm place with temperatures ranging between 75°F in San José, 90°F in Guanacaste, 75°F in Rincon de la Vieja, 75°F in Arenal and 72°F in Pacuare, so bring shorts and T shirts, but just in case bring a light jacket for the nights in Pacuare. Swimming suit is necessary, hiking shoes or good snickers and an extra pair of shoes, sandals, suntan lotion, insects repellent (this I recommend just in case), flashlight, a rain coat, binoculars, camera and good vibrations to enjoy the beauty of this little peaceful country that we are happy to show you.

Day 1

Early Arrival in Costa Rica Bus Transfer to Irazu Volcano: Irazu offers several types of craters, some containing small lakes. The park also protects 2,309 hectares of cloud and rain forest. From the highest point in the park, on a clear day, you can see both, the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea at the same time. Irazu's last eruption was on the day of President John F. Kennedy's visit in 1963.( Distance from San Jose: 52 km).mountain bike down from Irazú to Turrialba Volcano. Turrialba, (3,349 m) the southeast-most of Costa Rica's Holocene volcanoes, is a large vegetation-covered strato-volcano located to the northeast of Irazu volcano Turrialba has been quiescent since a series of explosive eruptions in the 19th century that were sometimes accompanied by pyroclastic flows. Fumarolic activity continues at the summit craters. (option to either ride your bike or take the bus down enjoying some of the most amazing views of Costa Rica)

Overnight at Guayabo Lodge or similar


Rafting for 2 days !

Class IV River ranked top 5 in the world due to technical level and beautiful scenery. We will use a White water rafting company guided by SOME CR National Team MEMBERS White water rafting Day 1: 3 hours on Pacuare River.

Located on Costa Rica's Atlantic slope, the Pacuare River borders the Talamanca mountain range, home to native Cabecar Indians and an incredible variety of wildlife, including parrots, toucans, deer, jaguars, ocelots, monkeys, butterflies, and more. Add in the exciting Class III -IV whitewater rapids and you have a tropical adventure packed with rich experiences that last long after you’ve returned home. You'll raft from San Martin to Siquirres for 14 miles on exciting Class III-IV whitewater. Evening Activity: Zipline at campsite.

Overnight Camping in jungle


White water rafting Day 2

Starting after breakfast, 3 hours of White water rafting. After this activity,you will drive towards Arenal Volcano area; located in the northern part of the Alajuela province, close to the Nicaraguan border, the Arenal region possesses beautiful and varied scenery. Refreshed by gentle tropical rains, this land stays green and humid almost all year round. The lowlands host gushing rivers, hot springs, lagoons, remote national parks, and plentiful wildlife. Evening Activity: Optional Hot Springs.

Overnight at Arenal Tacotal Hotel


Day 3

Transfer to hike around Arenal Volcano Slope. The Arenal Volcano is the only volcano in Costa Rica constantly active since it woke up after 400 years with the big 1968 eruption,producing huge ash columns, explosions & glowing red lava almost every day. It is considered one of the ten most active volcanoes in the world. This country is about beaches, rainforest and the spectacular Arenal. Afterwards get your bike and go towards Arenal Dam enjoying amazing views of Arenal Volcano and Lake Arenal, while you go from Arenal to Nuevo Arenal, around the lake. Lunch and then bus transfer to Hotel Hacienda Guachipelin or similar at Rincon de la Vieja Volcano area.

Overnight at Hacienda Guachipelin or similar.


Day 4

In the morning: get ready for a high adrenaline experience going through the the forest and the canyon of the Rio Blanco swinging from platform to platform, rappelling to the bottom and climbing the walls of the canyon as well as doing tarzan swings from side to side on a very safe system to explore the beauty of the landscape. Hike to Las Pailas at Rincón de la Vieja National Park. This is a unique place in Costa Rica. On the trail you can observe steam vents, boiling mud and water, an unmistakable smell and a very diverse vegetation. After lunch time: Leave for The Beach and arrive during day light.

Overnight at Ocotal, Estela Flamingo Hotel or similar.


Day 5

- Chilling or exploring the beach Options:

  • Surfing Lessons
  • Sea Kayaking
  • ATV’S (four wheelers)
  • Sunset Sailing Cruise
  • Sport Fishing
  • Diving
Dates: TBA

Overnight at Estela Flamingo Hotel


Day 6 – Flamingo and Tamarindo Beaches

- Chilling or exploring the beach Options:

  • Surfing Lessons
  • Sea Kayaking
  • ATV’S (four wheelers)
  • Sunset Sailing Cruise
  • Sport Fishing
  • Diving

Overnight at Estela Flamingo Hotel


Day 7 – Flamingo and Tamarindo Beaches

  • Surfing Lessons
  • Sea Kayaking
  • ATV’S (four wheelers)
  • Sunset Sailing Cruise
  • Sport Fishing
  • Diving

- Departure/ Bus Transfer in the afternoon for San Jose - Party at night, San Jose. Overnight in Sleep Inn Hotel


Day 8

In the morning, explore San Jose After lunch, Bus Transfer to Airport

Remember there is a departure tax of $26.00 per person.

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