This area attracts rafting enthusiasts from around the world.
At Turrialba visitors can enjoy an array of natural attractions and exciting tours: hiking up to Turrialba volcano’s crater, visiting the ancient ruins of Guayabo, an adrenaline rafting ride through the turbulent and scenic Pacuare river and much more! The best white water rafting can be experienced in Turrialba at the Pacuare river.
The river is known not only for its exciting rides but also for its scenic beauty as it is lined up with lush tropical forests, spectacular waterfalls, and abundant wildlife.
The world renowned Pacuare River attracts rafting enthusiasts from around the world.
On the slopes of the Turrialba Volcano lies Guayabo National Monument, the most significant archaeological discovery in Costa Rica: ancient pre-Columbian ruins set in the middle of a sacred rainforest. These are the ruins of an ancient city of approximately 20,000 inhabitants covering 49 acres which was abandoned in AD1400, probably because of disease or hunger.