All aspects about a visit to Los Campesinos are superb. If you enjoy a driving adventure (a 4X4 SUV is really necessary) then you will just love the drive. Good scenery, a taste of what typical houses in Costa Rica look like, and a real feel of what it is like to drive on dirt roads with even a small water crossing. The tour is excellent with with numerous plants tagged for the tour guides to describe and in many cases leaves which the tour guide crushed up and had you try and guess from the fragrance what is was such as cinnamon and curry. The hike and scenery was spectacular especially the hike down to the bottom of the waterfalls. Although I have seen many waterfalls throughout the world being so close to the falls at the bottom with several waterfalls surrounding you was surreal. Our visit included lunch which was cooked over a wood fire and was as good as any lunch we had in Costa Rica. After lunch we took the 170 meter suspension bridge over to part of the upper falls and had the opportunity to swim in a small swimming pool area. Part of the pool encompasses the whirlpool type effect right at the base where the waterfall drops but that part is only recommended for very strong swimmers as the turbulence can easy overwhelm you. You need to make reservations for the tour and lunch and specify an English speaking guide if you do not speak Spanish. We had a Spanish guide but were fortunate enough that my wife was able to interpret most of what he said. This is really a must see and is not advertised as once of the many day adventures out of Quespos such as Antonio Manuel Park, white water rafting, monkey tours, etc.