One of the greatest attributes of the national park is the great white-water rafting experience that they offer within the park. The white-water rafting trip will include a hike through colossal rocks and cliff jumping opportunities that offer great views and exhilarating fun. If the water is down, many of the guides will allow you and guide you through “body rafting,” which is where you’ll go through the rapids by floating through them and riding the waves on your body, which is adrenaline inducing to say the least. The river you’ll be rafting is the Rio Cangrejal.

The rafting trip will take you through gorges and canyons that feature massive boulders and rocks. The water levels are ideal from September to February, and many of the tours will feature breaks throughout the trip where you can enjoy food and views of the river. The guides are always familiar with the river and how to ensure your safety through proper training before hand and equipment that is top quality to keep you safe. Trips generally run around 8 hours, although you can find varying trips.

Rio Cangrejal gives you the chance to experience the heart-pounding excitement of whitewater rafting like never before. This world-class rafting destination runs 20 miles from the heart of Pico Bonito National Park through canyons, across gorges, and directly into the Caribbean. And while you’ll find perfect conditions from September to February, this is the kind of river that can be enjoyed year-round.

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These exhilarating class II-IV rapids offer you the ride of a lifetime, sending you down steep drops and through long wave trains. But it’s not all non-stop action. You’ll also have the chance to stop and enjoy the beautiful scenery as well as jump off a cliff and into a pool of crystal-clear, warm water that sits in a 100-meter rock gorge.

Rio Cangrejal gives you the chance to experience the heart-pounding excitement of whitewater rafting like never before. This world-class rafting destination runs 20 miles from the heart of Pico Bonito National Park through canyons, across gorges, and directly into the Caribbean. And while you’ll find perfect conditions from September to February, this is the kind of river that can be enjoyed year-round.