Where to begin this review...W-O-W!! This was an awesome adventure and one you really should not pass up!! We've zipped in Whistler in the snow (beautiful) and in Alaska too and even though that is one of the 'things to do' when you head to Costa, I would strongly recommend this over zipping in an instant. Why?! Well, not just because ironically the owner, Scotti, is basically from our hometown as it turns out (small world, Deerfield shout out!) but because you may have never been able to have such an experience before, just imagine walking through the water in a riverbed...climbing through and over rocks (not difficult but not super easy either - my arms are still a little sore and it's been a week and my hands are still a little raw from gripping onto the rope so tightly even though I didn't have to) in ankle to waist deep water...admiring the rainforest and animals (we saw howler monkeys on our last waterfall)...listen, I could write a novel. Between Scotti and Bob and the scenery, there is nothing like it. You have ample time to notice nature and have fun and enjoy the other people on the journey with you (learn about them and where they are from...we were very lucky to be with Aussies since that may be a trip next year). Then, after walking through the canyon a bit you will come to a waterfall...do not be afraid. Scotti and Bob will make you feel at ease and will walk you right down it at your own pace...it's AWESOME!! We went down 6 falls and after clumsily flopping on my rear a lot of the way on just the walking part we came to the final waterfall with the monkeys. And it wasn't over...oh no, the Scotti and Bob duo get you down the biggest and best waterfall safely and then you head off to a ridiculous "epic" zone of natural fun where the rocks form a waterslide of sorts...then you climb up the rocks and jump into the water! OMG...we will look for this adventure everywhere we travel from now on! Enjoy! Thank you Scotti and Bob!! This was EPIC for sure!!! p.s. Costa Cayoning even provides photos so you don't have to get your cameras wet!! :)
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