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Cataratas Llanos de Cortes

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Cataratas Llanos de Cortes

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3 In 1 Volcano Hot Springs & Mud Baths And River Floating Tour

Get an up close look at Costa Rica's hidden natural wonders with this river floating,volcano hot springs and mud baths tour.&#xa0;On this tour you will observe the burners of Miravalles Volcano’s active crater with volcanic mud pots which temperatures range from 40 degrees to 100 degrees Celsius. You will be able to watch closely the fumaroles, hot stones and crystallized sulfur among other scenic beauties.<br><br>The river floating is the perfect way to explore outside the city and see what makes Costa Rica a top attraction for nature lovers.<br><br>Experience the beauty of Costa Rica's natural landscapes Follow a local guide through stunning rugged terrain Round-trip hotel transport and lunch included
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BeachChayser wrote a review Jan. 3
Denver, Colorado62 contributions14 helpful votes
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WOW! we loved the hike to the falls and really enjoyed the refreshing mist of the falls and getting into the water was nice. watch your step though. sharp rocks, downed trees and debris, but where there is sand it is nice and soft.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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marimore5 wrote a review Dec. 2020
Orlando, Florida37 contributions9 helpful votes
Apparently there are two different entrances to this waterfall, the government entrance and the local entrance. Before knowing that, We followed our google maps and ended up at what looked like a dead end through a local village.. after asking a young teenager for further instructions, he offered to take us to the fall as a voluntary guide. He let us park our car at his house and took us to the waterfall. At first, I was very skeptical, but the rest of my group felt comfortable leaving the car in his wood gated house. We took all our valuable belongings with us and left it in Gods hands , hoping this kid really had good intentions. The way toward the waterfall we saw monkeys up on trees, besides that it was just a very open area with high grass! No designated trail. Once we made it to the fall, it was large, beautiful and refreshing! The kid, Alberto took pictures of us, swam with us, and took us to the top of the water fall. The waterfall was BEAUTIFUL!! On our way back during sunset, we got bit up by mosquitos.. and luckily, we returned safely to our car and everything was untouched! Very safe people we encountered, after all. We paid for the “parking” and “$2 entrance fee for locals”, and gave the kid a generous tip for being so kind and helping us out. This experience was incredible, as we really got to connect and give back to a local who really was in need. If you are looking for a full local humble experience, I recommend 10/10! If you are boujee, or want a high luxury experience, I do not recommend!
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Date of experience: December 2020
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cronopia3 wrote a review Sep. 2020
San Jose, Costa Rica31 contributions4 helpful votes
This was an amazing place to visit: we went there without a guide, just look it up in Waze. People were very welcoming, the trail and place are very well kept and you will find no waterfall as lovely as this one in Costa Rica. It is also very cheap and a great place for a picnic and a swim in the fresh water. I was impressed that this place is so very well maintained by the local government and that they keep prices accessible for visitors.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Villas Kalei wrote a review Aug. 2020
Playa Grande, Costa Rica6 contributions
Nice place to go, super cool waterfall and a good hike with some help from a tour guide. I would recommend this place.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Chicagoann wrote a review Mar. 2020
37 contributions3 helpful votes
Stopped here at the end of our tour during the dry season. The falls are nice for a photo op but we didn't actually feel the need to swim since the water is more muddy than clear (maybe just tired). Our tour guide said the falls are fuller and the vegetation lusher during the wet season, but then again you have other challenges at that time. The steps to get to the falls are doable for the average person but numerous. On the way back up we took them on at a steady pace and my 26-year-old daughter said she felt the cardio. My knees were achy before the trip and definitely not happy after.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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