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Like most of the locations in Costa Rica the wild life is not consistent. If you go with the guides they know where to look. Is a very nice hike with beautiful sites. Bring some good shoes or boots. Be ready for some light strenuous...More
If the brochure had said this was a nice hike in the rain forest only I probably would have been fine. We went specifically to see the wildlife and with the exception of about a dozen birds nothing was to be seen. I understand that...More
This hike was not difficult and can be done at your own pace. In fact, when you take your time you see more wildlife. Keeping your conversations to a minimum will help to not scare the wildlife away. Please bring your camera because you don't...More
A little scary as these are high bridges, but you can move quickly across them if you choose to miss the awesome views. We had monkeys traveling above us on our trip, it was raining on & off, but we are in the rain forest:)
We had a great zipwire session at 10.30, then lunch then we had a 3 hr guided forest walk with Carlos. It was brilliant. He was very knowledgeable about the area, the fauna and the wildlife. Best walking tour we have done in CR and...More
We’ve visited the Central American rainforest on other occasions and this was definitely a good and easy formula for a full immersion experience. The path and hanging bridges are easy to hike for everyone including children and less active family members. I would recommend a...More
I took my time and abided other people in hopes of being quiet enough to see animals. I got a glimpse of a little hog running across the path at the very beginning and thought I may be in for a treat. No. Along the...More
Went on a combined trip to the Volcano, the hanging bridges, the Waterfall and the hot springs. Really awesome Experience. A Good thing to Do is going on a trip and not by yourself, since the guides are really awesome and tells you so much...More
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We had a guide, and were so happy we did, She saw wildlife we never would have seen on our own, and was so onformative. There is an entrance fee, and there were people doing it on there own. Beautiful walk!
It depends on where you are staying. The Hanging Bridges park is about a half hour outside La Fortuna, which is at the foot of the volcano. We had a rental car, so it was easy to get around. We did it as an excursion, so... More
It depends on where you are staying. The Hanging Bridges park is about a half hour outside La Fortuna, which is at the foot of the volcano. We had a rental car, so it was easy to get around. We did it as an excursion, so we would have a guide. You don't need a guide, but if you want to maximize your wildlife sightings, I'd recommend one. You can book through any number of places in La Fortuna, or you can take a taxi and go yourself. I don't know how outdoorsy your twins are, but it's a must see if you are in the Arenal area.