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Rainforest Adventures Costa Rica Atlantic 6 in 1 Tour

1. Rainforest Adventures Costa Rica Atlantic 6 in 1 Tour

Enjoy the spectacular Atlantic rainforest within Braulio Carrillo Park, located just 45 minutes from San Jose, alongside your family and friends, by doing activities such as an aerial tram, zip-line, adrena-line, butterflies and terrariums, a guided walk and a hanging bridge tour.  Start this rich experience with a true flight over the treetops in a comfortable aerial tram while an expert naturalist guide describes hidden treasures of the forest. Then, you’ll live real emotion with this zip line tour with 14 safe platforms and 10 cables, which include the thrill of the adrena-line cable, 2297 feet long and 55 km/h speed. Back on the ground, feel relaxation during a guided walk through a nature trail with a visit over Molinete River’s hanging bridge. Then have a fun and educational stop at a hummingbird, butterflies and frogs garden, where you can learn about the different species of the region.  

San Jose: Sarapiqui Class 3&4 Rafting to La Fortuna Arena

2. San Jose: Sarapiqui Class 3&4 Rafting to La Fortuna Arena

Bring on the adrenaline and enjoy the “Jungle Run” on the Sarapiqui River, the perfect rafting trip for adventurous paddlers. Join the tour on your way from San Jose to La Fortuna or from La Fortuna to San Jose and spend the day taking on challenging rapids and admiring jungle wildlife.  The day beings with pickup from select locations in San Jose or La Fortuna. Travel through small Costa Rican villages to the quaint town of San Miguel to start your rafting experience, passing La Virgen and finishing up in El Roble de Sarapiquí. Here, your professional guide will give you the 101 on rafting, including safety tips and technical instructions before starting your 3.5-hour journey down the Sarapiqui River on a full-day rafting adventure. Experience over 40 exciting rapids along nearly 22 kilometers of lush, vibrant rainforest. Make your way through exciting rapids like “The Pipeline”, “The Terminator”, and “Dos Locos”, that will be sure to get your adrenaline pumping.  About halfway down the Sarapiqui River, you’ll stop and watch the rapids from the shore, while enjoying tropical fruit and relaxing with the rest of the group. Then, after the second leg of your journey, take out right at the Red-Eyed Frog Restaurant, located on the Sarapiqui River. Savor a typical Costa Rican casado (rice with beans, plantain, and meat) and some gourmet coffee. After lunch, take advantage of the showers and changing rooms on-site before continuing on your journey.

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What people are saying about Heredia Province

Very well organized! (Even if picking up from the hotel didn't work out in the end, which was annoying). Great ziplines, very safe with lots of guides to zip you on and off. The 700 m adrena line is particularly cool! The aerial tram was also super nice. Recommended with a guide!

Zip lines were a blast. Felt very safe with the equipment and staff. Expect to spend $40 a person extra for transportation -- it was not included in the original price like the description says!

We had to wait for other groups to join us so we just hung around in the zip line equipment waiting for them.

Very professional attention, the guides of the best! The spectacular park, the bad food