Toro River Rafting

If you are going to La Fortuna and do not want to drive and take advantage of the area, we recommend it, they pick you up in San Jose and drop you off in La Fortuna before practicing Rafting!

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Don't waste a day of travel. After the two-hour rafting tour we will drop you off in La Fortuna or vice versa.
Venture into the rainforest of Costa Rica, fed by the waters of the Poas Volcano, the Rio Toro runs 14 km through a virgin jungle canyon filled with dramatic scenery that will have you throbbing from start to finish. The Toro River offers is one of the best rivers for rafting with its huge waves, technical rapids and continuous water will leave you breathless.

Once you arrive at the area of La Fortuna will be stocked with everything you need bathroom and kiosk to receive the talk our highly trained guides who will explain all the procedures and commands necessary for the expedition. We will go into the river once we understand all the commands. You will enjoy spectacular scenery.

Half way we will fill tanks with fresh fruit surrounded by the tropics. The time on the river is from 1.5 hours to 3 hours depending on water levels. At the end of the trip enjoy a refreshing drink (beers or juices) and a dry towel will be waiting for you at our private exit with restrooms before a short ride to a typical place with a unique lunch where you can change clothes.
What to bring: Easy to dry clothes, shorts and a t-shirt, swimsuit, safety shoes that fit your feet, extra clothes to change into, sun block and complete luggage.

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Departure from San José
San José, San José Province, Costa Rica

La Fortuna, Alajuela Province, Costa Rica

Toro River
Provincia de Alajuela, Costa Rica

What this tour includes

Transportation San Jose- La Fortuna or La Fortuna- San José

Safety equipment such as helmets, vests or paddles

Fruits, soft drinks

Professional guides.


Places you will explore

San José Province, San José, Costa Rica
Departure from San José

Alajuela Province, Fortuna, Costa Rica

Rio Toro, Alajuela Province, Costa Rica
Toro River

Travel Packing Checklist


Refillable water bottle


Hiking footwear


Sun cream


Sun glasses


Small backpack


Do not carry valuables or cash


Mosquito repellent


Comfortable and light clothing


Swimming clothes


Water sandals


Hat or cap