This place is one of the best-kept secrets. It´s a hidden gem guarantee. Do you want that we tell you where is this place? It´s located in the beautiful area of Bajos del Toro Cloud Forest. It´s 1.5 hours (maximum 2 hours) from San José, it's a powerful waterfall surrounded by surreal rocks … Read more about How to visit Rio Agrio Waterfall at Bajos del Toro Cloud Forest?
There is an area called Bajos del Toro, where we always find new Costa Rican waterfalls. It seems like nature creates a new waterfall every time we go, and for this reason, this place never ceases to amaze us. This area is located in the middle of two National Parks, Poas Volcano and Juan … Read more about Tips for visiting Paraíso de Manantiales Waterfalls
This. Waterfall. is. light blue We have visited the Rio Celeste waterfall several times. One time we went there with no luck to see the stunning color. But this time was one of the nicest because of the time of the year (February). The color that you can see is like the pictures. LIGHT … Read more about Rio Celeste: A waterfall and its light blue waters
Can you imagine owning a huge, natural property of various terrains and landscapes, surrounded by mountains, with an otherworldly BLUE waterfall, all in your backyard? Well, this isn’t so far-fetched here in Costa Rica. Meet the Cubero family, who own and protect a property rich in water … Read more about Tesoro Escondido – Costa Rica Waterfall
Forgive us for being so late, we could not publish this post and it was hanging around for the last 8 months. However, we didn't want to leave it there filed because this was one of the last adventures that we did last year (2016), STILL useful and updated tips to visit the waterfall, enjoy … Read more about Tips for visit Danta Waterfall at San Ramon, Costa Rica
Stunning is the best word I can find to describe Nauyaca waterfalls. This was our first time visiting this area with a great group of friends. Ligia and I wanted to visit this place since a while ago, however, our full-time jobs and daily life made it a little bit difficult. But it was worth the … Read more about Tips for visiting Nauyaca Waterfalls
We love exploring Costa Rica during weekends (that’s why this blog exists), so we thought it would be fun to invite people to join us. We met up with some friends on a Saturday at 5:00 a.m and headed to the Bajos del Toro area. Bajos del Toro is about 1 hour and 40 minutes from San José, so it is … Read more about Breaking the routine: Del Toro Waterfall, Bajos del Toro
[:en] Hello everyone!! Looking for different options of waterfalls Costa Rica? Maybe here is the option for you. Many of our friends know that Ligia and I love to visit the mountains and get to know Costa Rica in a more rustic and ecological way (although that does not mean we will miss the … Read more about Horseback riding to Danta’s Waterfall