No visit to Costa Rica would be complete without visiting the fascinating rivers than run through the luscious rain forests. However, there are a wide variety of river adventures, some of which I would warmly endorse, whereas others – well I will let you judge…
Me, on the rocks
The real river experiences are achieved by “safari floats” or quiet and slow moving dinghies or boats that move down the river with a guide and allow time to enjoy and view the wildlife. On our previous trip to Costa Rica 8 years ago, when our daughter was about 7 years old, on the Cano Negro River near the border with Nicaragua, the guide showed her this cute little trick:
These were but a few of the delightful inhabitants of the river.