Sarapiqui Adventure and Coffee Tour

From: $145.00

Enjoy the the incredible views and experience whitewater rafting without the extreme pace and then learn about the entire coffee growth process; enjoying a delicious cup of hot coffee at the end of the tour!!!

Tour Begins at 9:00am

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For those preferring a more intermediate level of action, join us for the La Virgen portion of the Sarapiqui. There is still plenty of excitement to be had with several class III rapids and picturesque scenery. The La Virgen section is great for those wanting to take in the incredible views and experience whitewater rafting without the extreme pace.

Our experienced guides will tell you all you need to know about whitewater rafting and safely direct your team through the exciting and stunning rapids. The La Virgen is particularly well suited to wildlife lovers given the more moderate pace of the rapids, which allows more time to scan the banks and treetops for birds, reptiles, and mammals. Midway through the trip we will stop at our majestic lunch spot to offer a chance to stretch your legs and fill your belly with a delicious riverside lunch.

Then you will be transport to Mi Cafecito farm where you will learn about the rich history of gourmet Costa Rican coffee production and the work of local cooperatives to harvest high quality Arábica coffee. You will hear about the entire growth process and see the collective’s production as you tour the plantation and mill to see how coffee is processed from the seeds to the cup.

In addition to learning about coffee, you will experience the regions abundant bio-diversity on a walk through pristine virgin forest with stunning views of the Sarapiquí gorge and an incredible waterfall. You will also get to watch as the guides press fresh sugar cane juice for you to drink during a halfway rest point. 

The tour concludes in the Mi Cafecito restaurant where you will enjoy a delicious lunch and learn how to prepare, and more notably taste, coffee in the traditional Costa Rican way.

Minimum age: 10 years old in low water level and 12 years old in high water level


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