Paddling Rivers & Lakes Photo Gallery

 
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The Pacuare. The Reventazón. Two rivers deep within the thick jungle that is the heart of Costa Rica, where intrepid paddlers brave Class V rapids and curious capuchin monkeys watch from the river banks.  
Credit: Benelux Press/Index Stock 
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Coves and caves hidden by the waves, a 61-island archipelago protected within a national marine park, coral beds, crystal-clear bays... It's just you, your kayak, and the Pearl of the South.  
Credit: PhotoDisc 
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Put in at the center of the 155-square-mile rainforest wonderland that is the Cockscomb River Basin, temper white-foam rapids with waterfall-fed pools, and keep an eye open for the elusive jaguar.  
Credit: Tony Rath/Courtesy, Belize Tourism 
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The Bahamas may seem like the most played of Caribbean destinations, but paddle along side the 120-mile region known as the Exumas and you'll discover the true Caribbean: pure, unsullied, and all yours.  
Credit: Stephen Frink/Index Stock 
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Languor with the Green River's mild side, the slip over to the riotous rapids of the Colorado River, battle Cataract Canyon, and clarify your understanding of Class V.  
Credit: Willie Holdman/Index Stock 
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Paddle over the world's second-largest reef, explore the maze of cays, and try to find a good reason to not return here every year.  
Credit: Robert Houser/Index Stock 
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The Amazon River Basin may be old as time itself, but paddling in Ecuador is still in its infancy. Put in now, and let everyone else figure out why this is South America's best-kept whitewater secret.  
Credit: John Hayashida/Index Stock 
 
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