Place of pilgrim for the thrill seekers. There is more to Costa Rica than just the peaceful walks around the park. This nation is brimming with premium choices of adrenaline pumping activities both on the land and in the water. No matter what your inclinations are, you ought to have the passion for adventures to make the most out of your trip here.
The most ideal approach to tackle the fearsome heights of canopy is to wear a harness, tie yourself to the zip line and swoosh trough the tree tops in the Monteverde zone. It's is hard to see much of the wildlife when you are flying past the wildernesses at such lofty heights, but you will definitely get enchanted by the majestic charm of the nature.
Kayaking in Costa Rica is just for those who want to test their skills and encounter the rapids in the Kayak. The little settlement of Puerto Viejo de Sarapiquí close to the Nicaraguan fringe is the most significant launch spot for the adrenaline junkies.
Surfing the Caribbean
The most captivating surf spot of the nation is Salsa Brava, a nimble break brought about by reef which slices near the coast in Puerto Viejo de Talamanca. There is no opportunity for the beginners because such brutal breaks means you will require quite a lot of skills to surf in this wild territory, but if you make it, then you will get a reason to puff up your chest among peers back home.
The white-water rafting here is something out of this world. Glide past the Jungle Rivers in Turrialba and overcome all your fears. According to your skill level you can select from multiple entry points on Ríos Reventazon.
Costa Rica has staggering wildlife on the land, but it is the submarine world which is a colorful canvass of bright and energetic animals of different shapes and sizes. To take advantage of the high visibility, strap on a tank and look out for unfathomable dive spots which dab the northern Nicoya promontory.