Rivers in Costa Rica

The San Juan
The San Juan , is a 192-kilometre (119 mi) river that flows east out of Lake Nicaragua into the Caribbean Sea. A large section of the border between Nicaragua and Costa Rica runs on the right (southern) bank of the river. It was part, with the lake, of a proposed route for a Nicaragua Canal in the 19th century.

The idea of the project has been revived in the last decade, including the possibility of other routes within the country. The Ecocanal project has obtained a Concession from the National Assembly of Nicaragua to re-open the San Juan River to commercial barge traffic.

Abangares River
Aranjuez River
Arenal River
Atirro River
Banano River
Barranca River
Bebedero River
Cañas River
Cañas River
Caribbean Sea
Celeste River
Chacuaco River
Chirripó Duchi River
Chirripó Pacifico River
Chirripó River
Claro River
Coen River
Colón River
Colorado River
Colorado River
Conte River
Corobicí River
Coto Brus River
Coto Colorado River
Diamante River
Estrella River
Frío River
General River
Guacimal River
Jaba River
Jesús María River
Jiménez River
La Palma River
Lagarto River
Lake Nicaragua
Lari River
Liberia River
Limón River
Matina River
Naranjo River
Negro River
Niño River
Nosara River
Orosí River
Pacific Ocean
Pacuare River
Parismina River
Pejibaye River
Piedras River
Pirris River
Pocosol River
Reventazón River
Rincón River
Río Ceibo
Riyito River
Sabogal River
Salto River
San Carlos River
San Juan River
Sapoá River
Sarapiquí River
Savegre River
Sierpe River
Síngrí River
Sixaola River
Sucio River
Suerte River
Tamarindo River
Tárcoles River
Telire River
Tempisque River
Tenorio River
Térraba River
Tigre River
Toro River
Tortuguero River
Uren River
Volcán River
Yorkin River
Zapote River