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Feb 15 2014  We wanted to have a fantastic getaway with the girls. We were not disappointed.The staff has been so helpful and bent over backward to make our stay unforgettable. The food was amazing but the thing that made our trip perfect is the Yoga. Stephanie is a phenomenal instructor. We want to take her home with us! We will be singing Samasati praises for years to come.The Chakra dance under the full Moon was unforgettable! Thank you!  Sarah, Paula, Lyndsy, Beth and Erin.

White Water Rafting

The Pacuare River is world famous for its beauty. A true river gorge, it is flanked by steep, green walls. You will see waterfalls cascade into the river from both sides. Wildlife is abundant: sloth, toucans, parrots, coatis, butterflies and colorful frogs are common sights. Other inhabitants of this jungle:  monkeys, jaguars, peccaries and tapirs generally stay more hidden. It is not an overly challenging river, but it has many rapids that will make your adventure very interesting and fun. The 18-mile-one-day-run includes a total of 38 rapids. Few rivers in the world can offer you so many rapids in such a short stretch of water. Upon arrival at the river, you will get geared up with a life jacket, helmet and paddle and then briefed with a full safety orientation talk by expert guides. The first 4 miles consist of class II-III rapids, a great time to test your new river skills, gain confidence in your team, and have fun. After about 40 minutes you will enter the Pacuare River Gorge, which is 5 miles long. After the gorge the river opens up to a 5 mile stretch called "Pacuare’s Valley." The river becomes wide open, giving you the opportunity to rest a bit and watch the varied wildlife. The final 3 miles are filled with class III rapids that will carry you all the way to the end. Tour duration, including transfers: 8 hours. Departure time: 6:30 AM. Price : $ 99 per person.