We are a 3rd generation family run
white water rafting company based in
Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica. For fun
and adventure we can bring you
thrills and excitement for your
vacation in Costa Rica.

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Rainforest Glamping

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Rainforest Glamping


Nested along the Naranjo River just 20 min drive from Quepos and Manuel Antonio in the small farming town of Villa Nueva lies a little spice farm that hosts Guets in spacious tents in the rainforest. Our accodations are surrounded by the sounds of the river you will find peace and quiet.

Our tents invite you to enjoy the camping experience in the wilderness combined with a few conveniences for your confort. Always staying safe from the elements but still beeing able to take in the sounds of birds and creeks . Smells of the rainforest and our own organic spice farm. Enjoy good night's rest after a long day of many adventures Manuel Antonio and Quepos has to offer.

Our tents have unique views of the Zona Protectora de los Santos and The Naranjo River our rooms have a queen size bed and a bunk bed that can confortably fit 4 people. There great opportunities to see wildlife. The bathrooms are made with river material and rocks with nice teak wood, they are shared 2 bathrooms and 2 showers.

We can host 12 people at once and many more once and many more in regular tents. We have plenty of camping space for bigger group and other kind of event events in a comunal rancho.

Breakfast and coffee included if you book a night with us. Normally guests head out for the day into some activities the we offer.

06 hours
20+ Age
  • Destination
    Savegre River, central pacific
  • Departure Time
    7.30 am @ PRO Rafting CR
    Manuel Antonio/Quepos (Transportation from Jaco-Dominical-Uvita OR at an additional cost)
    and WEAR
    Swimsuit and hat
    Polarized glasses o see the water and to protect your eyes.
    Change of clothes (optional)
    Water bottle.
    water shoes, old tennis shoes or sandals with ankle straps. No flip flops.
  • Included
    Professional certified fishing guides
    Specialized gear (you can bring you own also) 5wt. 6wt. ideal
    River lunch and soft drinks
  • Not Included
    Tranportation to our outpost
    Guide gratuity

Adventure Calendar

Calendar (River Scale)
  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Naranjo River 1/2 day trip          
Naranjo River 1/2 day trip CHORRO            
Savegre River 1 day trip
Float Trip
Fly Fishing 1 day trip            
2 River 2 day Expedition
Pacuare River 2 day

What’s Your Adventure Level?

Adventure (Level)

For each of our trips, we’ve tried to provide an approximation of what adventure level (from easier to challenging) you should expect to encounter under typical circumstances. Many trips are suitable for reasonably-fit first-timers, but all our trips are made more enjoyable by a certain degree of personal fitness and an adventurous spirit.

Rating Levels for Whitewater Rapids

Standard (River Scale)

Choosing the right level of whitewater is the first step in making your whitewater rafting experience a success.

Class I
Swift current with riffles and small waves. Few obstacles, all obvious and easily avoided. Ideal for: Children aged four and older, first-timers, all adults.
Class II
Easy rapids with wide-open channels and medium-sized waves. Some maneuvering may be necessary to avoid obstacles. Generally, children four years and older may experience Class II rapids. Ideal for: Children aged four and older, first-timers, all adults.
Class III
Moderate rapids with irregular, medium- to large-sized waves. Waves large enough to cause a boat to capsize may be present but normally can be avoided. Quick maneuvering may be required to avoid obstacles. Generally, children seven years and older may experience Class III rapids. Ideal for: Children aged seven and older, beginners to intermediates looking for manageable thrills.
Class IV
Powerful rapids featuring boulder gardens, large waves and/or small waterfalls. Quick and precise maneuvering is essential for successful runs. Prior Class III experience is recommended, although aggressive first-timers looking for a challenge are generally accepted. Minimum ages will generally vary from 12 to 16 years. Ideal for: Adventurous individuals, intermediates or aggressive beginners looking for a challenge.
Class V
Intense and violent rapids with steep drops, waterfalls, massive waves and extremely constricted channels. Rapids may require “critical” maneuvering above dangerous hazards. Prior Class IV experience may be required. Participants should be in good health, capable swimmers and physically fit. A swim practice may also be administered by our guides at the river. Ideal for: Experienced paddlers and hard-core adventurers.