The church is from the 1600s. It is simply beautiful as is the area in general. Few tourist, but worth the trip.
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This is a beautiful valley to spend some time. Orosi town itself is a cute little town with a nice small church/museum to visit.
We arrived to this mirador recommended by someone at the basilica Los Angeles. We went out of curiosity and we were astonished. This is on of the most amazing views in Costa Rica. All locals go there for picnics and cook in stone barbecues. All...More
This volunteer trip through Globe Aware exceeded our expectations. We did not know how it would go with our kids - only 6 and 11, but we knew it was important they see how other people/cultures live and how important it is to give back....More
an easy drive from our home and we think it makes a wonderful days outing. i'd say we make time for this 2 or 3 times a year.
Snce you leave Paraiso, the closest town, you start to enjoy a rural sorroundings and then, the view of a wonderful valley, sculpture by a nice river. You have also a great lake where you can practice jet ski.
If you are interested to see where most of our fruit, veg ,coffee and chocolate originates , this is the trip for you. This was a wonderfully informative day, and of course you got to see how the Costa Ricans live and work. The Botanical...More
A truly beautiful valley that's almost hidden. A real change of pace and scenery after staying in the cloud forests and the Pacific coast.
Get out of the city and spend a day driving the loop around the Orosi valley. Great little restaurants, especially the one overlooking the football plaza in Orosi. Lots to do here - sightseeing, the Mirador, the green suspension bridge, Tapanti National Park, the balnearios...More
I have visited the Orosi Valley a few times. It is one of my girlfriend's favorite places in Costa Rica. Rightly so! The river valley is beautiful, the mountains are awesome. The small towns and villages are friendly and welcoming.