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Mountainbiking and enjoying the nature and its wildlife for me is one most fun things to do. And that is exactly what the hacienda offers. Nice trails and encounters with dears, pavones, eagles and morfo butterflies. And after the ride you can get a good...More
We stayed here as a family of four ( kids aged 8 & 10) whilst driving across Costa Rica in Dec 2017.
This is definitely a place to stay and be active. It is not a chill out by the pool hotel- the pool is...More
We absolutely loved Guachipelin! We were first greeted with a refreshing fruit beverage. There is so much to do, ziplining, horseback riding, river tubing, mud bathing and hot water springs, hanging bridges and hiking. All very safe:) the tour guides were all very hands on,...More
We visited the property to do an excursion to one of the waterfalls. It was a 2.5 hour trip and we opted to do it on horses. One hour there, half hour to dip in the water and one hour back. Our guides were awesome,...More
We did the day trip and it was absolutely amazing, all the intructors and guides were wonderful, I loved it and hope to go back with all my family.
Thank you for a wonderful time, the land is beatiful, food was amazing and their people...More
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Yes, you should be able to. You will be a short drive to both park entrances. The Santa Maria entrance is open until 4pm, Sendero Catarata until 3. There are a couple easy to get to waterfalls on the Santa Maria side... More
Yes, you should be able to. You will be a short drive to both park entrances. The Santa Maria entrance is open until 4pm, Sendero Catarata until 3. There are a couple easy to get to waterfalls on the Santa Maria side (unless the road has been fixed you will need four wheel drive with high clearance or you will need to walk in). Save Las Pailas Sector for the next day, the waterfalls are a harder and longer hike but well worth it. There are 7 trails within the park, the map that you can see online with an easy Google search. I loved my time here.