Canyoneering Waterfall Rappel Tour
If you're looking for fun and adventure then Canyoneering Waterfall Rappel tour in Costa Rica would be a great place to start. Imagine going down canyons in a great many different techniques including jumping, hiking, climbing or rappelling. It’s one of the greatest Costa Rican adventure sports that will be sure to leave you wanting for more.
It will usually involve a drive into the rainforest, then hiking into a remote part where a number of rappels take the hikers down into very beautiful and breathtaking waterfalls and trails. Along the way your guide may also point out many beautiful features of the rainforest that include fauna, flora and some of the mysteries of this land. Before you get started, your guides will be sure to go over all the safety measures to make sure you know what you're doing. You'll also be taken to a practice waterfall, which is usually between 10 to 15 feet. They don't want you to get in over your head without some practice! Once you know what you're doing, and you should be pretty excited by now, you'll start having some real fun. You'll continue on to larger and larger waterfalls, until you get to the greatest and last. It might even reach 200 or more feet in height! Typically, at the end of the tour you'll have a swim at the base of the waterfall and enjoy a great Costa Rican lunch. What better way to end a tour than with some delicious Costa Rican food?
Travelers looking to take this tour should make sure to bring waterproof equipment, such as a bag for your camera. You can check beforehand to see if your guide already has one, as some keep them handy. Make sure you wear some form of water sandals and clothing that is lightweight and will dry quickly. Certain tour operators will provide food, transportation and equipment.
This amazing, adrenaline fueled sport is located in many different parts of Costa Rica. Try looking in Arenal and La Fortuna, the Los Chorros waterfall that’s near Grecia, and the Puente Vigas Canyon located in Turrialba. You might also want to try the town of Manuel Antonio, or the Osa Peninsula which has many rainforests. There are many other places you may want to check out, so just do some research to see what sounds best for you.
This really is a hit and one of the most popular parts of Costa Rica, it won't leave you disappointed. Your trust worthy guides will keep you safe and secure and will make sure you get the most out of your experience. Don't miss out on this once in a lifetime experience!