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The tour begins in San José (Escazú) and we will travel from 140 to 180 kilometers from
paved roads and or ballast roads depending on the level of the participants.
– 9 days are scheduled throughout the country, 8 nights.
– 7 days of moto trails, 1 day of Rafting
– 1 private guide
Christophe Eliet, 38 years of enduro, cross, and trial practice. Christophe is the founder of Enduro Tours Costa Rica.
Private transfer from the Airport to the hotel.
Welcome cocktail. Informative talk. Night in Santa Ana, a typical little town 20 minutes from the airport of San José the capital.
We will give you a quick brief on how to handle the motorcycles.
Our journey will take us to Puntarenas, we will take the ferry, crossing the Gulf of Nicoya (approx. 1h), arriving at Tambor Beach to spend the night there
From Playa Tambor we follow the coast of the Peninsula to the South passing through Montezuma, Santa
Teresa, Coyote, to Samara for the night.
Leaving Samara we pass through the highest point of the peninsula in the direction of Santa Cruz de
Guanacaste, Nicoya, we crossed the Tempisque river, Cañas to reach the edge of Lake Arenal,
known for its thermal baths. We spend the night at the foot of the Arenal volcano.
We head southeast through the area of San Carlos, Siquirres, then we climb the mountain range
central to Tres Equis, where we leave the bikes for a 1 hour rafting trip to the
lodge on the river bank where we spend the night.
Continuamos el descenso del río Pacuare en Rafting hasta Siquires para luego recuperar las motos,
dirección el Volcán Turrialba donde pasamos la noche en Santa Cruz de Turrialba.
Departure from Santa Cruz de Turrialba, towards Cartago through the Tapanti National Park, we take the
road to the “zero of death”, San Isidro El General, to end on the Pacific coast in
Sunday to spend the night.
We return north towards Quepos through the fields of palm trees and then along the beaches
to Playa Hermosa to spend the night.
Direction of the Central Valley passing through the Tárcoles River (Cocodrilo River), Puriscal, to end in
Santa Ana. End of stay.