5. Pacuare River, Costa Rica

Also known as the Rio Pacuare, Costa Rica's Pacuare River is a delightful escape with varying degrees of difficulty that last approximately 67 miles. Divided into the Upper Upper, Upper, and Lower sections, the river's range of difficulty spans from Grade II to V - perfect for novice and veteran rafters alike. Surrounded completely by acres of lush rainforests, sailing down the Pacuare toward the Caribbean may mean introducing yourself to Costa Rica's wildlife, like monkeys, exotic birds and jaguars.
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Also known as the Rio Pacuare, Costa Rica's Pacuare River is a delightful escape with varying degrees of difficulty that last approximately 67 miles. Divided into the Upper Upper, Upper, and Lower sections, the river's range of difficulty spans from Grade II to V - perfect for novice and veteran rafters alike. Surrounded completely by acres of lush rainforests, sailing down the Pacuare toward the Caribbean may mean introducing yourself to Costa Rica's wildlife, like monkeys, exotic birds and jaguars.

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