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Rainmaker Park

#1 of 6 things to do in Parrita Features Animals
Km/13 MI Northeast Of Quepos 22, Parrita 60901, Costa Rica
+506 2777 3565
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Excellent off-the-beaten- path excursion near Quepos

We booked this tour to Rainmaker the night before as we were on the fence about the weather during... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
kt3
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Collingswood, New Jersey
Very pleasant!

We enjoyed this tour thru the rainforest. The other couple with us were a bit more interested in... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Shoesrchocolate
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Beaumont, Texas
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Km/13 MI Northeast Of Quepos 22, Parrita 60901, Costa Rica
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+506 2777 3565
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Reviewed 5 days ago

We booked this tour to Rainmaker the night before as we were on the fence about the weather during CR's rainy season. We lucked out and had a dry morning tramping through the hot and humid forest but because of our eagle-eyed guide, Jeremy (from...More

Thank kt3
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We enjoyed this tour thru the rainforest. The other couple with us were a bit more interested in dart frogs, bats, caterpillars, lizard eggs, etc than us but we did listen and learn. It is alot of walking and hiking. We did bring mosquito spray...More

Thank Shoesrchocolate
Reviewed 11 June 2017

When you love nature and you hate overcrowded commercial parks, please visit Rainmaker Park. This park, owned by a local Costa Rican family, will surprise you. The area is remote and quiet and when arriving just after sunrise, you will see a lot of wildlife....More

Thank AndreMoree1986
Reviewed 9 June 2017

My sister and I experienced this hike guided by the wonderful expert Luiz. It was very helpful to have a guide to spot the wildlife on the trail and provide information about all the plants and animals. I recommend wearing a bathing suit under your...More

Thank Hayley C
Reviewed 28 May 2017

Once you get off the main road (keep an eye open for the home made sign) and drive the gravelly road up to the Rainmaker park entrance the pristine Primary Rainforest comes into view. Luis was our guide for the hike up into the forest....More

Thank Matt_Chaffer
Reviewed 26 May 2017 via mobile

This park hike was beautiful through the jungle with its suspension bridges and waterfalls. We didn't see any wildlife. I thought the $20 entrance fee was high compared to Manuel Antonio park which was $16. Swimming in the water near waterfalls was pretty cool though....More

Thank kta99
Reviewed 19 May 2017

Our family is a 3 year old, 8 year old, parents and grandparents. We spotted colorful beetles, centipedes, plants and walking over the many swinging bridges was challenging/exciting. We swam at the waterfall, played in the creek and ate here. It was a wonderful area...More

Thank csl128
Reviewed 18 May 2017

We did the self guided tour and it was easy to follow and really nice. I am sure the guided tour is filled with a lot of information about the flora and fauna but we went on a day when the guided tours aren't available....More

Thank Robin J
Reviewed 12 May 2017 via mobile

We went to the rainmaker and got an amazing guide his name was Louis and I would recommend him!!! He showed us all the creatures that lived in the rainforest....he was so personable and knowledgeable....it was suppose to be a 2 hour hike But he...More

Thank Mrsoct62
Reviewed 8 May 2017 via mobile

A little bit of a workout but easily done even if you're not in the best of shape. Lots of hiking wet trails and of course the bridges. Didn't see much wildlife but still well worth it. Definitely take advantage of swimming in the pools...More

Thank keysbreeze
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shasky
14 March 2017|
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Response from Yvonne V | Reviewed this property |
Hello, we had a wonderful guide (and reasonable) who picked us up at our hotel near Manuel Antonio and provided an excellent tour of Rainmaker. His name is ‎Adrian Eras and you can find him on Facebook. He works with... More
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slybuss
2 January 2017|
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Response from 23Rick | Reviewed this property |
Think of the $20 each as an excellent afternoon or morning of entertainment but also a contribution to the environment .. these fees go back into the improving and expanding these parks! We were 7 x 20 = $140 Well worth it... More
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rodyd603
27 June 2016|
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Response from Randi Lee A | Reviewed this property |
We hired a driver, it was about 40-50 minutes from Quepos.. The highway is fine, but the road back into Rainmaker is driving on a dusty, gravel type road.. It is not like you are 4-wheeling it, just like driving on a gravel... More
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