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GORGEOUS waters, any time of day! The hike has lots of inclines and declines and lots of steps, so you will get your sweat on, but it's worth it! Do the "upper" walk then walk down to the waterfall - you get to see where...More
We loved our hike to Rio Celeste in Parque Nacional Volcan Tenorio! The trail is fantastic. The steps to the waterfall, and to the area at the end of the trail, and up to the viewing outlook are a fun challenge. Go at 8:00 in...More
This review may not be fair due to weather, but overall I personally found this place to be a waste of time. First very important thing to note is that if it is raining, chances are the water will be brown and not blue, so...More
We had limited opportunities to visit the waterfall, so we ended up going on a day it had been raining. While it was still beautiful and we enjoyed the trails through the park, it was not the beautiful blue color you see in pictures.
Rio Celeste its one of my favorites waterfall in Costa Rica because the color of the water its something unique and magical, also the trail to the view desk is nice, and was in a great condition, its a low difficult hiking, but have a...More
This is a great hike combining rainforest wildlife with the bright turquoise water of the Celeste river. The 7km out and back trail has 5 viewing points -- the waterfall, a high viewing platform, the blue lagoon, the borbollones (underwater thermal jets), and the tenideros...More
This was one of the highlights we saw during our 13-day trip to Costa Rica but I will say the hike was a lot more challenging in the rain than without. We paid our $12 fee and headed to the first stop- Tenorio Falls. This...More