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river rafting Costa Rica is one of the world's most famous destinations for whitewater rafting. On the international scale for measuring degree of difficulty, rivers are classifiedfrom class I to VI. Class I is slow water and class VI is a river with almost vertical rapids. The two major rivers for rafting trips in Costa Rica are class III andIV, offering rides easy enough for beginners and still enjoyable for experienced rafters. Tours are well organized, with strong emphasis on safety. Each raftis lead by a professional river guide and holds from six to eight team paddlers; a unique opportunity to create team spirit.

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