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Great stop in the middle of the jungle. It has a ranger station with WC, drinking water and advice of what to search for. We strongly recommend to avoid the upper part of the park as we visited it 3 times and didn´t see a...More
As I understand it, this is the only national park in Costa Rica in which there is a road for passengers to drive through. It will lead you to the Irazú Volcano, Sarapiqui river, trams, zip lining, river rafting, restaurants, shops, villages and farms along...More
We made the tough drive up through the Barva entrance. The rangers were helpful and let us borrow their walking sticks. We were the only people in the park as the weather wasn't great. Its a challenging hike and I'm sure the view of the...More
I took a taxi to the ranger station and it was pouring and extremely foggy to the point that I was wondering if it was a good idea to go at all but I am very happy I did! There are two (really short) routes,...More
My life partner was killed when a rotten tree fell. We were not advised that we should get out when it rains. Maintenance of the trails should trail should include checking on the health and safety of the trees around the trails. Ranger station didn’t...More
We enjoyed getting close to nature and taking the tram ride. It took -1/2 hours on the ride. Difficult for someone suffering from a bad back, but very beautiful. We also saw the Butterfly Conservatory and the beautiful flowers.