My daughter and I decided not to fish with the guys and instead chose to go on the tour to the Rainmaker. Jeremy was our guide, and he picked us up right on time in a very clean van. What a wonderful first day in...More
The Rainmaker Park is one of the most impressive remnants in Costa Rica. The primary habitat combined with tropical rain forest climate makes this ecosystem to be highly diverse in wildlife. A breathtaking walk in forest, going through hanging bridges, discovering tons of amazing fact of nature will definitely transport you to a magic world. There are several natural swimming pools where you can have a great refreshing dip.
The tour begins with the walk in the rainforest looking for all kind of birds, insects and amphibians; you’ll walk through some small hanging bridges on the way all over the primary forest as you walk up the mountains. The walk will take you to the top of the mountain where you will see an amazing ocean view.
Continuing the walk on the trails, you will come to the Canopy Bridge system section. This system consists of suspension bridges, built to U.S. engineering standards. The six sections total 250 meters, spanning from platforms attached to massive hardwood trees to create the most impressive Canopy Walk in Costa Rica. The design permits minimal forest impact, giving our participants an opportunity to explore the majesty of the forest canopy from a bird's eye view.
As we continue the walk in the jungle you’ll find the beautiful pristine river of the Rainmaker Park. Hand rails and easy to follow footpaths along with observation platforms allow you to observe waterfalls and capture with photographs the rich biodiversity this unique site has to offer.
Close to the end of the walk a pristine waterfall pool will beckon you to enjoy a refreshing dip.
The tour finally ends with an outstanding and delicious typical costa rican lunch served in the Rainmaker Park restaurant.
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jade tours rocks, and Juan rocks! We did both the rainmaker and Manuel Antonio Park (Juan’s “offices” as he liked to remind us!) in just under 7 hours door to door without skipping anything. Juan was an awesome tour guide that takes these amazing pictures...More