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Dec 2, 2017
“Quiet and Beautiful Park”
Oct 22, 2017
“Please, were is the correct entrance?”
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| 10km al este de Sucre, San Carlos, Bajos del Toro, Costa Rica
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Reviewed December 2, 2017

Juan Castro Blanco is a large and quiet park for hiking. The trails lead through a variety of different and beautiful habitats.

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Reviewed October 22, 2017

I saw a few reviews advising to look for the correct entrance.... Anyone experience can provide some guidance or where to actually go? Thank you so much

17  Thank Cristina C
Reviewed March 28, 2017 via mobile

Unfortunately didn't do my research and entered through the entrance near the town of bajos del toro ( there is an alternative entrance where better hiking / real trails are found). There was a sign indicating 2 km to the national park - however it...More

5  Thank Sarah K
Reviewed January 4, 2017

We took a ride to this park from the village of Baja de Toro. (We were staying at the marvelous Bosque de Paz but a very windy, wet day put us in the car). A poorly marked gravel track, surely longer than the indicated 2km(?)...More

3  Thank jmaxwellb
Reviewed June 15, 2016

Incredible beautiful national park with amazing scenery and waterfall. I did a half day hike during mid may which was excellent! One can easily use a full day here.

5  Thank thrane1010
Reviewed April 21, 2016

Oh group of four adults took an all day guided hike to the "cloud forest" of Juan Castro Blanco. Great hike, not for the timid or weak with challenging slopes,rocks,narrow trails and creeks but big payoffs with beautiful views! It was the dry season so...More

1  Thank snoooz
Reviewed July 5, 2015

The park is about 3 hours from San Jose. The hike to the lake took us through some of the most beautiful scenery in Costa Rica we have ever seen! And we've seen a lot of Costa Rica. We definitely recommend you bring hiking shoes,...More

5  Thank Fravelrocks
Reviewed April 20, 2015 via mobile

This park is very interesting. Almost Alpine in some places with vistas I simply did not expect. We made the mistake of simply following our vehicles GPS and it took us to the wrong entrance. We missed a lot of the scenery driving the wrong...More

3  Thank FishNerd7238
Reviewed November 21, 2013

This Park is a wonderful experience for nature lovers worldwide! After photographing the waterfall (100 meters fall), I then spent 2 hours hiking the several well maintained trails. I was glad I wore waterproof hiking boots as it drizzled for about one hour. Along the...More

6  Thank Lou O
Reviewed June 24, 2013

Bring coat, is very rainy...we did hiking ( 14km). The lake is an old volcano very amazing, if you want to go to the mines ask to your guide, because this road is very difficult. If you like adventure is your place!!! Remenber bring extra...More

4  Thank Nancy C
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Response from jmaxwellb | Reviewed this property |
At the part of the park accessed from near Bajos de Torro you don't need a guide. It's a short stroll on a well marked trail. We can recommend the birding guide at nearby Bosque de Paz lodge.
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