The crystal clear waters of Sarapiqui begin high in the mountains. The Sarapiqui River extends from the Central Mountain Range north of San Jose to the San Juan River which flows along the Costa Rica/ Nicaragua border.
This beautiful river is considered of national importance and heritage due to the important service it provided the national civil army in 1856 during the war against Read More
Global Warming refers to the gradual increase of the atmosphere’s temperature, as well as that of the oceans, which has been detected and is projected to continue in the future.
Climatic change refers to the global climate changes which can vary not only the temperature, but also the amounts of rainfall, cloudiness, humidity, etc. Read More
National Parks, Biological Reserves, and protected areas play a critical role in protecting the biodiversity, natural and cultural heritage of the country. A wide range of habitats and ecosystems, plant and animal species, as well as significant geological features and landforms can be found in these magical places. They conserve important areas, such as places of scenic beauty, significant landscapes, wilderness areas, wild rivers, water catchments, popular places for nature-based recreation, and sites of national or historical significance. Read More
As a company that has worked hard to be sustainable from its humble beginning in 1992, Aguas Bravas is pleased to currently be a part of the Sustainable Tourism Certification Program – CST (Certifiacion de Sostenibilidad Turisitca) designed by the Costa Rican Board of Tourism – ICT (Instituto Costarricense de Turismo).
Our sustainable policies include: Read More
Here at Aguas Bravas, we are honored to have you visit us, our communities, and our country. We are firm believers that we are all Citizens of the World, and everywhere we go we should somehow make that place a little better when we leave, or at very least, leave it as we found it.
Here are some suggestions of how you can be a responsible tourist: Read More