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An experience of a life time!! Where to start?
Staff welcoming at his best, guides/captains are well experienced, serious and great fun... muy excellente food / drinks, everything is included in the packages they offer online.
Last but not least: the scenery with full immersion...More
Our family of four spent 3 days with the Pacuare Outdoor Center - 2 days rafting and one with lodge activities (zipline, tarzan swing). Everything was perfect. Our guides were Evan and Luis and they made our trip extra special. They were knowledgeable and fun...More
The 3 of us rafted in (husband, myself at 13 yo daughter) with our main guide Marlo and Pablo. Very fun experience, Marlo will make any parent comfortable and is very relaxing to raft with. Raft into the camp is actually quite easy and nothing...More
Best raft guides on the river and the most amazing jungle experience.
The Lodge is a perfect jungle get away with a little touch of home.
Awesome ziplines and tarzan swing on the property.
You won't be disappointed. I am already planning my 11th trip...More
We were fortunate enough to stay at this incredible ecolodge for two nights with our teenaged girls, 18 and 14. We are a fairly active family, and so the idea of rafting in and out of this exceptionally special property was right up our alley....More
I talked to several of my students before answering your question. They said that the lodge was one of the highlights of the trip, but it included the rafting. We rafted one day and spent two nights in the lodge, and... More
I talked to several of my students before answering your question. They said that the lodge was one of the highlights of the trip, but it included the rafting. We rafted one day and spent two nights in the lodge, and then continued rafting the next day. They said they were never bored. The Tarzan swing was a definite highlight. The ziplining isn't as long as others I've done in CR, but no one was disappointed. To exit the zipline you will scale down a tree. The river is right there so they had fun playing in the river. We have always travelled with CRR (This was the 4th trip with them.) and every guide has been excellent. My understanding is that to be certified as a guide in CR, one must study all plants and animals there. If you are driving directly to the lodge without a CRR guide, I don't know what kind of interaction you will have, as I have never done it that way. The food is very authentic CR food (beans and rice, meat, eggs, incredible fruit) and there was lots of it. We had lots of teenage boys who were filled to satisfaction. It definitely has a rustic feel to it, so if you want a resort experience, then this is probably not for you. It's more of an adventure camp. I can't see your question as I write this reply so I hope I have answered all your questions.