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Sloths in their natural habitat & Blue river waterfall
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Sloths in their natural habitat & Blue river waterfall

This is the best way to see the Costarican rain forest, seeing sloths in their natural habitat and have fun at the same time.
US$158.97 per adult
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Tina H wrote a review Feb 2021
30 contributions7 helpful votes
Wow. This was a fantastic hike. You definitely do not need a guide to enjoy the beauty. The blue river topped the waterfall in my mind. I've never seen anything like this. The hike was not as easy as my guidebook suggested, but it was worth it. This was the MUST see for my Costa Rican trip and it did not disappoint.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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ilyssa r wrote a review Feb 2021
enfield21 contributions3 helpful votes
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The trail was very cool! once you go down to the waterfall the coming up part from was definitely a hike. I'm a hiker and my legs were on fire but I also didnt stop I kept going. The hike took is around 2hr and 45min to complete. The views were beautiful we hit it on a sunny day so we got to see the water at its brightest color. We got there at 10:30am, there were no bugs, and we didn't need mud boots as the trails weren't muddy. The food outside of the trail was much needed after all the sweating we did. We got the chicken skewers and a watermelon with water smoothie and it was amazing! definitely recommend this hike! We also took this tour on our own since we rented a car, a tour guide isnt needed to find this. Roads are well paved in costa rica and we had a GPS.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Gery V wrote a review Feb 2021
Toronto, Canada18 contributions3 helpful votes
We visited this place friends and our moms. We went there on our own, it’s not difficult to find so you don’t need to take a tour, when we got there it was well organized, there plenty of people there to provide answers. You don’t need a guide to make it to the falls or walk the trails, we got one however his name is Bryan Montoya (IG: @bryan_mntoya) we did not regret getting him, he was very helpful telling us facts about the trail, showing us animal tracks we otherwise would have missed, worth the money in my opinion. The falls are nice, the water is as advertised, what I liked the most was the surrounding nature. This place is worth a visit.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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jenniferdurville wrote a review Feb 2021
Cambridge, United Kingdom17 contributions1 helpful vote
We had a nice morning walking around the park and trail. You cannot pay cash, which was a downside for us but it was well organised. The trail is not difficult if you are fit, there are a few steps however, so beware. It wasn't raining when we went but the sun wast shining much either meaning the water wasn't as blue as expected. Slightly disappointed as we had heard so much about it! However, as it was on the way to Arenal, we enjoyed a welcomed break.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Katrina Julia wrote a review Jan 2021
Atlanta, Georgia137 contributions31 helpful votes
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Heavenly in every way. Photos and words don't do it justice. Love seeing the Waterfall, nearby Laguna Azul, Borbollones, and the Tenidero where rivers converge. Beautiful way to spend the day and create precious memories. Remind ourselves how nature is & needs no assistance from us - other than to honor & respect it. So grateful I got to have this heavenly experience. Very good Covid observations with washing hands before you go in and masks at main areas. Saw about 10 people at reception, and about 100-150 through the day. I recommend going early because of limitations on entrances. We got there around 9 am
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Date of experience: January 2021
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