top of page
Rafting Uvita



declared a Biosphere reserve by UNESCO

Rafting Uvita

Savegre River & waterfalls All Year class II-III

 Before $105 now $95 All Taxes Included with lunch both include snacks Free Hotel pickup from Quepos or Manuel Antonio 

The Savegre rivers is one of the cleanest rivers and one with the most crystal-like waters in Central America; it is conveniently located in the Pacific coast and surrounded by both forests and beautiful African palm plantations.

A rafting trip in the Savegre is one of the best experiences that you may enjoy during your vacation and it is recommended even for families and/or rafting beginners, as its waters are classified as types II and III, so it gives you the pleasure of a perfect combination of excitement and safety.

The river has very calm sections in between rafting areas, so this will enable you to appreciate the beauty of its banks, especially its wildlife, as you will see a great variety of tropical birds, such as tick birds, toucans, tiger birds, parrots, parakeets, and other exotic birdsIn the middle of our journey, we will stop to walk to a waterfall where we will taste delicious season fruits or simply swim and feel the water falling against our back. We will follow the tour for approximately two more hours, depending on the water level of the river.


Naranjo River  Class IV May - Dec

seven mile half day trips are available Before $105  Now $90 pp class IV includes snacks 

This river is the natural southern border of Manuel Antonio National Park. The section you will explore goes from the town of Villanueva in the mountains to the Llamarón Bridge on the road from Quepos to Dominical. On these 8 miles of whitewater you will run rapids like “La Piñata”, “El Cesar” & “Robin Hood” running the first 5 miles of continuous action. On the second half of the run, the river opens up on the Pacific flat lands giving you the opportunity to enjoy the view of many species of birds like the Ringed King Fisher, Tiger Herons and the White Ibis. With a little bit of luck you might be able to see one of the river otters or crocodiles that live on the river. 

El Chorro Only Class IV and V 


The Only Class V During Dry season 
Chorro Class IV-V Dec-May Before$105 Now $95 pp
Free Hotel Pick Up from Manuel Antonio or Quepos 
Only $100 from Los Sueños/Jaco/Esterillos

the only class IV-V rafting available during the dry season. Chorro section  in the upper part of Naranjo River offers   the most extreme white water in the area

 Located just outside of Quepos in a spectacular wilderness canyon you will go through the section "El Chorro" a canyon with continuous rapids in a very technical section 

 Previous rafting experience recommended

 The most amazing river rafting during dry season  

1/2 day (around 4 hours)

Daily, at 7:30 a.m and 12:30pm

3km / 2 miles

Free transportation from Manuel Antonio and Quepos 

 Reservation in advance is required  

 Please call or mail us 

Sobre mí
Rafting Uvita


From older children to adults, Savegre family flow trip will certainly impress everyone. The unique
vantage from the raft provides an awesome panoramic view of the rainforest, offering ample
opportunity to spot tropical plants and animals. The Savegre River is perfect for white water
rafting beginners. Though somewhat easier, you’ll experience the great sensation of taking on a
beautiful Costa Rican river

Rafting Uvita

Coto Brus River $100

minimum 6 people to open tour 

Coto Brus River Class III & IV Coto Brus River has some powerful class III and IV whitewater rapids. This river invites rafters from the area of Dominical Beach to tame its waters. The Coto Brus River does not attract as many rafters as other whitewater rivers in Costa Rica, making it ideal for people looking for a smaller number of rafts tagging along

Guabo River only $90 pp 

Runs from August to November

GUABO RIVER:  Features Class II, III rapids with one rapid class V Portage. The descent starts on the valley San Juan de Dios and it ends at Dominical beach.  This river offers a full day of adventure.

The Guabo River has a lot to offer, such as exuberant vegetation, mystical canyons and an exciting descent.  During the run of 8 miles (13 km) and nine main rapids, you will have the chance to see waterfalls, its richness in wildlife and unique scenery.  You will have the opportunity to feel the rush and adrenaline that whitewater rivers offer.  Only experts can descend the class V rapid.  If you’re not an expert we will portage it.  Along the river we will make a stop where you will have lunch and a chance to enjoy the beauty of the canyon.

bottom of page