- beautiful scenery
- length of the walks suitable for children
- the whole park is a huge picnic area that attracts a lot of very friendly but noisy ticos.
- only three short trails, one of which was closed, and an overlook of a waterfall at the end of the park
- really hard to see interesting wildlife without a guide even in good weather walking slow and silently and looking in every crack and turning around every leaf (we were hiking about 9 am on a sunny day)
- terrible map of the park (photocopied) where we couldn't decipher some of the signs
- no visitor center, nothing to learn about the park and its flora and fauna
- way overprized (10$ per person) for what you get
- the gravel road to the park is in bad shape with lots of holes, 4x4 recommended
- no working light in bathrooms, toilet paper completey soaked by the moisture in the air
Our recommendation: Getting there by sunrise is supposed to let you see a lot of birds. Or go there with a guide who can tell you something about the park and point out some animals.
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