The Pacuare River is known all over the world for its unique rapids, and thrilling drops through dense and beautiful jungle. Navigate the class III and class IV rapids of this tropical waterway as it takes you deep into the canyons and fern gullys only accessible by river. Camp on the banks of the Pacuare, and keep an eye out for sloths who may be overhead lounging in the canopies.
Give back in the land of volcanoes and vegetation as you work with the community in Mollejones. Devote your time to a family and help them complete projects most pressing. Lend a hand in helping build or repair homes, gardening, painting, and playing soccer with kids. Get to know the families, the surrounding area, and how to cook traditional food. Become a valuable asset to the community, and learn new perspectives in life and culture.
Catch the swells of the Caribbean Sea and learn to surf. Spend your mornings at Cahuita Beach learning to paddle out, read, and catch turquoise mountains of water. When you’ve surfed your fill, explore the forests and beaches of National Park and Marine Reserves around Cahuita.
Embark on a multi-day hike through Costa Rica’s famous cloud forests. Get a unique perspective of the diverse wildlife and plant-life on foot, exploring the world beneath the forest canopy. Along the way, you will have a chance to travel through small Costa Rican communities that will welcome you with open arms.