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If you are in Montezuma you must go to the falls. There was six of us in our group and we set out to go to the falls. As we approached the parking lot and headed up the trail this guy approached us and introduced...More
The trail is beautiful and fun to do, but not with slip-on's. You're very sweaty when you get to the waterfall, so the refreshment of it is awesome :) maybe a bit too much tourists. At the waterfall there is the opportunity to get to...More
we went to the falls, and met carlos at the parking lot.
carlos walked us through the trail using the safe rout.
was very friendly and talkative.
the route is beautifull, and swimming in the pools is great.
would reccomend to anybody visitong montezuma, look...More
The hike to the falls starts after a 10 minute walk from the center of Montezuma. It's a 15 to 20 minute walk up the riverbed, walking on stones and roots in a few places. The stones are dry and secure in the dry season....More
The falls in Montezuma are a must-see for anyone that is in the area (Montezuma, Mal Pais, Santa Teresa) It is a short hike into the jungle, I did mine unexpectedly and in flip-flops, so it isn't too tough for those inexperienced hikers.
We tried the climb up, but it was too slippery and edgy for us. So we found a far better solution! For $4 you can hike in through Sun Trails (up the hill from the base). Decent path over bridges and down to the highest...More