The content on this page was last updated on August 1st, 2017
We currently have discounts for this tour!
Operated by H2O Rios Tropicales
December 15th 2016 – December 14th 2017:
TOUR OPERATOR’S TOUR PRICE PER ADULT: $80.00
PURA VIDA! EH? TOUR DISCOUNT PER ADULT: $10.00
TOUR PRICE PER ADULT TO PAY TO THE TOUR OPERATOR: $70.00
Discount disclaimer: In order for a Pura Vida! eh? discount to be valid, a complete tour reservation form must be submitted via our website and accepted by our team. In addition, travellers must follow the steps/requirements outlined on our “How Pura Vida! eh? Works” page. Please note that Pura Vida! eh? discounts are: a) not valid for preexisting reservations already placed through other companies or tour operators, b) only valid for the specific day requested on the tour reservation form, and c) may only be claimed by the individual whose name appears on the tour reservation form. Tour reservation change requests may be made by travellers, but such requests are subject to approval by our team; unapproved tour reservation changes may result in a change or loss of the discount amount awarded. Tour reservation cancellations and no-shows will result in a loss of the discount amount awarded. All prices on our website including Pura Vida! eh? discounts are listed in the currency of US dollars, however at the tour operator’s discretion, tour payment may be collected in the currency of either US dollars or Costa Rican colones. For more information, please see our “Frequently Asked Questions” page.
ABOUT THE TOUR
Tour departure/return location: Manuel Antonio
Tour times: 8:00am, 1:00pm
Tour duration: Approximately 4.5 hours
Tour includes: Rafting tour, guide, tropical fruit snack, and round-trip transportation to/from Manuel Antonio hotels (hotels that fall outside of the regular transportation zone may have an additional fee; leave us a comment at the bottom of this page if you wish us to confirm the transportation amount that would apply to/from your specific hotel)
Tour operator’s description:
- The express tour is a shorter version of the regular Savegre River Rafting Tour. The express tour is approximately 2 hours shorter (the 8:00am tour returns before 1:00pm as opposed to 3:00pm). Lunch is not included with the express tour. Below is the description for the regular Savegre River Rafting Tour (not the shortened express tour)
Consider one of the cleanest rivers in Central America; the Savegre is an authentic full day adventure: relaxation and pure action while enjoying the fantastic landscapes. The Savegre River Valley is nowadays in danger of being damn. Please, get in touch with us if you are interested in helping us save this beautiful free flowing river. This adventure starts with an early drive south of Quepos on our a/c minibus. It takes 1 ½ hours through african oil plantations, teak reforestation projects and incredible landscapes to the river put-in. After a safety briefing we start maneuvering rapids like “Boca Diablo” and “Washing Machine”. We stop on the river shore for a snack of fresh fruits and cookies to then continue our river journey. Before the end we hit “Screaming Child”rapid and then the river tames down until we meet with our mini bus. A five minute drive will take you to Silencio Lodge where a hot Costa Rican meal will be served on your table. After lunch is a 50 minute drive back to Quepos.
- This tour requires a minimum of 2 people to run. Please contact us to inquire about tour availability if your travel group is comprised of less than the tour operator’s required minimum number of participants.
MINIMUM/MAXIMUM AGE/WEIGHT/HEIGHT/OTHER REQUIREMENTS
- Children must be 6 years old to participate.
WHAT TO BRING FOR TOUR PARTICIPATION
- Swimsuit and/or shorts of a quick drying material
- Sun screen
- Bug repellent
- Complete change of clothes
- Rubber-soled shoes that stay on and can get wet (strap-on sandals, tennis shoes or similar; flip flops are not recommended)
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