Rafting Safety Guidelines
Whilst enjoying these fun adventures, the safety of your family and friends is our priority. We want you to have as much fun as possible so we make sure that you are presented with as much information on your trip, including full safety briefings, trained, qualified bilingual guides and top of the range, safe rafting equipment. We have some restrictions on some of our tours as outlined below. If you have any questions please contact us for more information.
Rafting Tour Restrictions
In compliance with INS (National Insurance Institution) and ICT (Costa Rican Tourism Entity) policies:
- No passengers are allowed who have undergone recent surgery (heart, breast implants, spine, etc).
- No pregnant women are allowed.
- People with existing conditions like high blood pressure or diabetes are at their own risk as long as they keep up with medical treatment.
- Only children over 8 years old can take part in out rafting tours.
- Only children over 12 years old can do the Upper Naranjo tour.
- The maximum weight per person is 275 pounds (125 kg).
WHAT TO BRING
¿What should you bring on your rafting tour?
- Swimsuit and / or shorts of a quick drying material.
- Sun screen (spf-15 or higher).
- Complete change of clothes.
- Rubber soled shoes that stay on and can get wet, like strap on sandals, tennis shoes or similar. Flip flops are not recommended.