We did a day trip from La Fortuna and this was one of our favourite days in Costa Rica. It was raining in the cloud forest and the trails were VERY muddy but we didn’t mind, made the hike more interesting. They offered rubber boot...More
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The hike is nice enough, but waaaay too crowded. That churns up the mud and makes it hard to even walk with people passing all the time. The mud literally tries to suck your shoes off. No wildlife. Then we learned the Govt banned swimming...More
My family, seven of us total, just returned from an amazing visit to Costa Rica and the Rio Celeste Hideway. We arrived on Christmas Day and returned home on NYE. I highly recommend this beautiful hotel. I could never exaggerate the joy and wonder of...More
This is definitely worth a visit. The colour is amazing but you must do the short walk to the source of the colour. It is where 2 rivers meet across mineral deposits, its amazing how it occurs.
We spent a week traveling around to various national parks in Costa Rica, and this was by far the least maintained. The beginning of the trail is just surrounded by downed and cut trees. It's possible there was significant damage from a storm, but all...More
We are from Oregon so we have some nice waterfalls, but nothing as stunning as the gorgeous bright blue water at Rio Celeste! It is out of this world blue, and it did rain heavily the night before the day before we hiked. I would...More
Blue water awaits your viewing pleasure - what are you waiting for?! This river is a magical pathway to your dreams. Nothing says tropical like the waterfall at the mid-point of the hike. So amazing. Don't miss it!
I have been on two guided tours of Rio Celeste. It is a fairly easy hike and it can be wet, slippery and muddy at times. The hike is absolutely worth the reward of seeing such a magical place. I definitely recommend this! You can...More