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Bob Currie January 4th, 2002 07:51 PM

Punta Arenas Excursions
We are curious as to which of the rain forest excursions would be the best for us to take. We are both fit and ready for anything so we want to see the forest at its fullest. TIA Bob

Carol M January 4th, 2002 11:22 PM

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Bob, what cruise are you going on? Date, ship? Carol

Paul B January 5th, 2002 01:12 PM

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I have the same question. I am on the Mercury sailing on 4/17.

sealady January 5th, 2002 07:42 PM

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Have you considered the Coribici raft ??? It was about an hour fron the ship.. nice ride throuth the contry side the raft excursion was fun... the guide would let it get as wild as the passengers wanted.. we were a conservative group.. but some were splashing and gettting crazy.. the scenery was beautiful.. we had a lunch at a resort (very nice) and had the use of their pool.. refreshing because it was pretty hot there. It seemed to be a good overview of Costa Rica although we didn't see the volcano... but if you have seen one volcano... you have seen them all! HAVE A GREAT TRIP!

Nanatravel January 6th, 2002 04:02 PM

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We too did the Coroboci River Rafting including lunch and it was great. People of all ages and abilities joined in the fun. Don't forget at the rainforest it is going to RAIN! Volcano tours get fogged in due to the rain also which can be very disappointing. The Sarchi tours were very boring from the reviews by our tablemates.
bon Voyage

chellie January 6th, 2002 06:33 PM

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We had a grand time on the Coroboci River Rafting excursion. There is nothing, save a small flea market in Punta Arenas. It is worth a visit before or after the rafting trip--you can get coffee, mola t-shirts and the like at the flea market. I got a great bracelet and earrings fashioned from Costa Rican coins.

Bob Currie January 6th, 2002 08:22 PM

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Thanks all for the great input. We are leaning toward the river rafting after reading all your reviews. Would my lady's 78 yo father, he is good shape but a bit unsteady, be able to make the trip?

chellie January 6th, 2002 08:32 PM

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Here is a photo taken on the rafting shore excursion. It should help senior citizens who are considering this tour make an informed decision.

cathy January 15th, 2002 01:24 PM

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We are also interested in the rafting trip - we are on Summit 4/8/02. All the info I have seen though says it is a level 3 to 3 1/2 and you must be a strong swimmer and that helmuts are required. We went on one two years ago that was more of a "float" down the river much like the picture in another posting here (booked through RCI). It was only a couple of hours but included a lunch buffet at a local hotel/resort. Two in our party are not strong swimmers. Celebrity says this is a full day with lunch. Any info would be appreciated!!

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