Turrialba Bed and Breakfast

Apartado 211-7150, Turrialba, 7501, Costa Rica
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Costa Rica Rios Whitewater Rafting, Turrialba

by ABankerMU

Costa Rica Rios runs full or half day rafting trips on the Pacuare River out of Turrialba. The group is owned by young Americans, one of which accompanied us on our full-day trip. All the staff were extremely friendly and energetic, and all spoke at least some English. The van ride to the start point was long, but enjoyable, as the owner answered questions and pointed out sights along the way. Once in the water, the scenery was breathtaking. There were plenty of opportunities to swim along the rafts during lazy portions of the river--depth around 4ft most of the time (suppose this changes depending on rainfall). We stopped at a small stream cascading over a rocky embankment and hiked up to a larger pool at the end of which was a large waterfall. We all tried, unsuccessfully, to swim up to the waterfall, but the flow was too strong to allow it. The rapids are a blast. No rafts flipped, but we did fall out occasionally. The guides are very professional and get you back into the raft in a jiffy. There is a safety kayaker following behind if you get separated from the raft. Costa Rica Rios keeps the number of rafts at a minimum to enhance safety. We did run into several other groups at different points with larger groups of rafts. I was happy to be with the smaller, more familiar group. Lunch was served on an upside-down raft and consisted of various freshly-cut fruits, sandwiches, guacamole (prepared on-the-spot) and chips, and homemade cookies for dessert. It was delicious. Pineapple has never tasted so good. The rest of the river yielded plenty of action and plenty of scenery. More waterfalls, indiginous villages, etc to be found. I've done a fair amount of rafting in Colorado on different stretches of the Arkansas, and it does not compare at all. If you're into rafting, this is a must-do!

Leave a comment and let me know if there is something that I could add to make this tip better! Swimsuit
Fleece (or something that stays warm when wet)
Change of clothes
Waterproof Camera (buy in the states)

Learning spanish in Turrialba!

by remonvink

"Learning spanish among locals"

Hey guys,

For anyone searching what to do in Turrialba I would recommend a great Spanish school: Spanish by the River

My boyfriend and I just spent the last three weeks there and had a great and productive time!! Our teacher was really good: patient, lots of conversation practicing, and there's a suitable level for everyone. The lessons were taught outside in nature, with great views of the Turrialba volcano (still active!) which was awesome!

There´s also a hostel there, which is nice and clean, and there´s a really nice international vibe.

We also really liked the town of Turrialba, mainly because it´s not that touristy yet there is a lot to do (nice shops, bars and restaurants), also outside of Turrialba (rafting, mountainbiking etc).

Just thought we'd share!!

Pacquare River Base-camp

by peggydaly

"Plan your River Rafting trip"

We arrived and found a hotel with no trouble. The town has a rather confusing layout with no street signs so be on the lookout. We didn't find much else to do around here but we cam for the whitewater rafting. And MAN was that cool.

From Turrialba to the Rio Pacuare

by ABankerMU

Turrialba has little to offer other than being a nice jumping off place for whitewater rafting. We went with Costa Rica Rios, and I can't say enough about them. They're awesome! I've got a ton on a travel tip page for CRRios, so check that out if you're looking to do some whitewater.

This is the inside of the Hotel Interamericano. If you are going to stay overnight in Turrialba, you have to check this place out before you stay anywhere else. Getting there is a little tricky, but it's worth the time to find it. Ask around.

This is the outside of the Hotel Interamericano. The door/gate is locked at all times, but the woman who runs the place is always around to buzz you in. The entire hotel seemed very safe and secure.


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Address: Apartado 211-7150, Turrialba, 7501, Costa Rica