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Costa Rica: top six adventure activities, part 1

Submitted by on August 30, 2011 – 11:03 amNo Comment | 485 views

Adrenaline junkies of the world unite – Costa Rica isn’t just about quiet walks in the park. On the contrary, this action-packed country is full of opportunities for extreme sports, both on land and in the water. Whether you find yourself zipping across canopies or rafting rivers, Costa Rica is all about getting your kicks. Travel by car rental Costa Rica, especially for those who want to explore and have a bit of an adventure.

1.Canopy Tours

The best way to take in the lofty heights of the canopy is put on a harness, attach yourself to a zip line and soar through the tree tops on a canopy tour in the Monteverde area. Although it’s unlikely you’ll spot much wildlife at these speeds, we can guarantee you’ll get a whole new perspective on Mother Nature.

2. River Kayaking

River-running becomes all the more intense when you push your limits by maneuvering in and out of the rapids in a small kayak. One of Costa Rica’s most legendary launches for river kayaking is the small town of Puerto Viejo de Sarapiquí in the northern lowlands near the Nicaraguan border.

3. Surfing the Caribbean

One of Costa Rica’s most famous surf destinations is Salsa Brava, a fierce reef break that cuts close to shore in Puerto Viejo de Talamanca. Although you’re going to need some serious skills here to survive with your board (and bones) intact, a successful ride will win you some well-earned bragging rights. To move from one place to another in Costa Rica is the best option in car rental Costa Rica.

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