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Spots to visit in 2022

Por: Qué Buen Lugar

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We hope that this 2022 will be a busy year for all of you and that is why we want to recommend these places that we have already visited and we believe are worth seeing. So get your stuff ready, pack your OFF! so you don’t get bitten by mosquitoes, call your favorite hiking buddies and set out to visit Costa Rica.

“PREVENTION IS THE BEST PROTECTION”

Chirripó – San Jerónimo Route

Go to Chirripó National Park by a different route. It’s the same amount of kilometers, but different flavor… you get there through the mystical Sabana de los Leones. A trail under the perfect shade and a ground covered with leaves that does not hurt the knees when going down. Definitely a must!

Location: San Jerónimo de Pérez Zeledón.

Distance: 25 km total

Parking: Yes

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Chirripó – San Jerónimo Route

Angel Falls Waterfall – Coto Brus

Located in Sabalito de Coto Brus is one of the most wonderful waterfalls we have seen in recent years, simply spectacular with a waterfall like tiers made up of thousands of stones of a particular size and geometric shape.

Location: Sabalito de Coto Brus

Cost: ₡15,000 includes transportation, food, and a guide.

Pets: No

Car

Salto del Ángel Waterfall

Poza Los Coyotes – Liberia

The farm is epic and has an emerald-colored river that rises from nothing more and nothing less than the Rincón de la Vieja Volcano…with waterfalls and pools perfect for cooling off from the Guanacaste heat.

*Tip: Arrive as early as you can.

Location: Liberia, Guanacaste.

Cost: ¢1000

Pets: Yes

Car: Everything is accessible by car

Poza Los Coyotes

Barbilla National Park – Siquirres

An exaggeratedly beautiful and virgin place, guided by the Cabécar indigenous people inside a little explored jungle that hides the most beautiful pools and waterfalls we have seen. So don’t think twice, take a hike to this awesome spot from the National Park.

Location: Siquirres, Limon.

Cost: ¢1000

Pets: No

Cart: High

Barbilla National Park

Sensoria–Upala

This may be the most celestial river we have ever seen, submerged in the forest with hot springs right at the foot of the Rincón de la Vieja Volcano… It is an incredible place that is worth visiting.

Location: Upala, Alajuela

Cost: $60

Pets: No

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Sensoria – Aguas Claras

Metaponto Falls – San Vito

One of the most beautiful and imposing waterfalls we have seen in the 6 years of Que Buen Lugar. The path is not easy, but after going down a highly technical trail until you reach the waterfall, you realize that every step is worth it.

Location: Sabalito de Coto Brus

Cost: ₡15,000 with transportation

Pets: No

Car: 4X4

Metaponto Waterfall

Angel Falls Waterfall – Coto Brus

Located in Sabalito de Coto Brus is one of the most wonderful waterfalls we have seen in recent years, simply spectacular with a waterfall like tiers made up of thousands of stones of a particular size and geometric shape.

Location: Sabalito de Coto Brus

Cost: ₡15,000 includes transportation, food, and a guide.

Pets: No

Car

Catarata Las Cortinas

 

El Indio Waterfall – Puriscal

We went to one of the longest and most beautiful waterfalls in the country, the El Indio Waterfall located in Puriscal and it is a really cool place to take a walk.

Location: San Miguel-Puriscal

Cost: 12,000 tour with certified guide and lunch

Pets: Yes

Trolley: Tall Trolley

El Indio Waterfall

Nauyaca Waterfall – Pérez Zeledón

One of the coolest waterfalls in Costa Rica, located in Barú de Pérez Zeledón Nauyaca Waterfall Nature Park is an incredible place that everyone should visit atleast once.

Location: Perez Zeledon – San Jose

Cost: ¢9,000 per person (return transportation only)

¢12,000 per person (round trip)

Pets: No

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Nauyaca Waterfall

Pozo Azul Waterfalls – Colonia del Toro

After three years we returned to our favorite waterfall in Colonia del Toro (Bajos del Toro), a place that has absolutely everything, from the best pools of crystal clear water to the highest waterfall we have seen in the area. This is Cascadas Pozo Azul and the family that assists this beautiful place are the best.

Location: Colonia del Toro – Alajuela

Cost: ¢3000 per person

¢8000 per person with breakfast and lunch

Pets: Yes

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Pozo Azul Waterfalls – Colonia del Toro

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