Canyoning in costa rica

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Get ready for adventure with Desafio’s canyoning in Costa Rica. Pickup times vary depending on the location of your accommodations. Tours begin at 7:30 or 10 in the morning and 1 pm in the afternoon. You’ll go rappelling down several waterfalls, hike through jungle terrain, and observe breathtaking views. After changing into dry clothes you sit down to a delicious lunch. The duration of the tour is 4-5 hours.

Bring clothes to get wet in, dry clothes to change into, sturdy shoes, a rain poncho, sunscreen, bug repellent.

– $90 for adults and $81 for students over 13 years old, includes 10% discount


Your Pure Trek canyoning experience includes 4 rappels, Monkey Drop (zip line and rappel) and a rock climbing wall in a beautiful rain forest canyon. This tour is for young & old and everything in between! Tours start at 7 am or 12 pm and last for about 4 hours. Includes transportation and lunch. This is an easier canyoning alternative for less active groups or groups with younger children. Minimum age limit is 5; no maximum 🙂

Bring clothes to get wet in, dry clothes to change into, sturdy shoes, a rain poncho, sunscreen, bug repellent.

– Adult $91, Student $86, includes 10% discount; 4% tax starting July 2020

Canyoning and Rafting Combo: We very rarely recommend combo tours because you usually end up with lesser versions of each of the tours rather than having a really great, ‘wow’ experience. The exception is the Canyoning and Rafting Combo. This is a great option for groups who are short on time and want to fill their days. The tour starts at 7:30 am with the rappelling. After the tour, you will have a quick breakfast en route to the Wave office before starting your rafting adventure. Once you finish on the water, it’s back into the bus for a short drive to a local farm to change into dry clothes, enjoy some cultural fun and have a late lunch. You return to the Wave office around 4 pm.

Take hats, sunscreen, repellent, bathing suit, towel and a dry change of clothes including footwear. Wear quick dry fabrics such as nylon if possible. Strapped sandals or closed shoes only, no flip flops for canyoning in Costa Rica.

Includes transportation, towel, breakfast, snack and lunch.

– $143/person including a 10% discount