A little closer to Manuel Antonio, you will find the small and busy town of Quepos. It is a convenient gateway for several attractions and an ecotourism spot. If you wish for an authentic Tico experience, this is the spot from where your holiday should begin. The best Quepos attractions here are Marina Pez vela, Playa Matapalo, Los Campesinos Reserve, Playa Espadilla Norte, and more. If your holiday plan is to get some adrenaline into your system, it is time for Quepos water tours. Choose activities like rafting, waterfall exploration, surfing, mangrove exploration, kayaking, and more to enjoy estuaries, Naranjo River, Savegre River, etc. Some sites like Damas Mangrove, Manuel Antonio National Park, and others are hard to kayak or raft through. Thus, you can ease things out with Quepos boat tours. Some even combine boating with swimming, snorkelling, cuisine, and more.
Hardcore adventures are possible inside Manuel Antonio Park, rainforest, Nauyaca Waterfalls Nature Park, and more. However, tourists prefer Quepos walking and biking tours to spot wildlife, explore pristine trails, and more. Next, it is time for exploring the coffee and chocolate tastes of the land. Most tourists prefer Quepos food and wine tours that cover cocoa factories, chocolate tours, and more. Are walking and biking not enough to spike your adrenaline? Such tourists always prefer horseback riding, valley tours, ziplining, hanging bridge walking, waterfall exploration, night trekking through the jungle, and more. These Quepos outdoor activities would keep your day busy and fun.
Quepos day trips and excursions will help you transverse through several national parks, wild waterfalls, scenic beauties, mineral springs, waterslides, and more. There is always something unique around the corner, and do not miss those by just sitting inside Quepos. Why do tourists prefer Tripindicator to find top Quepos water tours from different vacation planners? Tripindicator brings only the best packages with good reviews and high ratings. Thus, even your wildest choices would never go wrong.
Quepos Water Sports Activities Price
White Water Rafting Manuel Antonio Quepos Savegre River (8 hours)
El Chorro Rafting Trip From Manuel Antonio (4 hours)
Savegre River Whitewater Rafting Trip (6 hours)
White Water Rafting, Three Quarter Day Savegre River (6 hours)
White Water Rafting Manuel Antonio Quepos Naranjo River (4 hours)
Wild Savegre River Whitewater Rafting from Manuel Antonio (7 hours)
Savegre River Rafting Adventure from Quepos (6 hours)
I would 10/10 recommend iguana tours. They were very accommodating and made it very easy for us. Picked us up and had great food. They catered the experience to what we wanted. Luis, Josue and the whole crew were very fun, entertaining and...Read more
Chorro Section Class IV-V of the Naranjo River is the best rafting trip in Costa Rica. Only 45 minutes from Manuel Antonio National Park, the river carved deep in the bedrock and created a narrow canyon with drops and steep runs that will delight the adventure seeker!!No experience...Read more
We are a boutique tour company that is locally owned and operated. We pride ourselves on keeping our groups small to medium in size and avoid taking out large groups so that we can make our tours more personal and unique. You get to raft through pristine Costa Rican jungle and rain forest. The drive alone to get there is breathtaking, with...Read more
The Savegre River provides Class II,and III rapids that are manageable in sturdy rafts that accommodate 2 to 6 people comfortably. Our guides stop at locally known swimming spots and breathtaking waterfalls, if the rafters want a break from paddling, and there is always time to enjoy the abundant variety of wildlife along the river. On most trips,...Read more
The section we raft goes from the town of Villanueva in the mountains to the Llamarón Bridge on the road from Quepos to Dominical. On this 8-mile section of class III-IV whitewater, we will run rapids like “La Piñata”, “El Cesar” and “Robin...Read more
Introduce your family (ages 8+) to the magic of white-water rafting on one of Costa Rica’s most exciting rivers: the Naranjo River. This gorgeous river is the natural southern border of Manuel Antonio National Park and offers Class III-IV rapids for an exhilarating...Read more
Hop on an authentic tropical rafting adventure geared for the whole family (ages 5+) in Costa Rica’s popular Manuel Antonio National Park! Enjoy relaxation and just a touch of white-water action on one of the cleanest rivers in Central America. The free-flowing Savegre River has Class II-III rapids for a gentle ride with some exciting rapids for...Read more
A journey of unsurpassed beauty, jungle vegetation and exploding whitewater.
For the adventuresome beginner and experienced rafter the Class II and III rapids will have you filled with adrenaline as you paddle hard over the waves. Along the way you will be astounded by the awesome canyons, waterfalls, and primary rainforest of Costa...Read more
Kayaking through the forests and mangrove canals of the Damas Island estuary, surrounded by nature and white face monkeys. With exclusive access to offer a personalized tour. Wildlife on and around the island includes, monkeys, sloths, green iguanas, crabs, turtles, crocodiles, alligators, raccoons and numerous bird species.
Run the cleanest river in Costa Rica that just so happens to have Class III rapids year-round! An adrenaline-packed adventure is just an hour away from Manuel Antonio hotel’s area. Come and enjoy this tropical outdoor excursion, where everyone is welcome… nature lovers, families, and especially adrenaline...Read more
Transfers from Manuel Antonio/Quepos to and from Savegre River; river snack, all the specialized gear needed for the activity (helmets, life jackets); professional & bilingual white water rafting safety kayaker.
The transport provided by the tour operator will pick you up at your hotel and drive 1 hour and 20 minutes to the Savegre River. During the road trip to the tour site you will see picturesque views of the African palm plantations, small towns, small rivers and jungle vegetation. Your guide will be happy to explain everything about what you see...Read more
Damas Island mangrove's provides a distinctive combination of fish into its many canals where fresh and saltwater blends. Fishing in these canals can be an amazing and fascinating experience as you can be focus on fishing snappers, grouper and jack crevalle, while, at the same time, watching white faced...Read more
Our experienced crew with 30 plus years of fishing experience in this area will offer you a safe and enjoyable fishing day out on the Pacific Ocean. Price includes all taxes, excluded are the fishing licenses at 17 USD per person and...Read more