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Wonderful quick hike

Loved this waterfall and wished that we had discovered it sooner in our trip. Only saw the lower... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
fishfriend2017
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Monterey, California
Nice place

The Montezuma falls were not easy to get at. Bring good shoes, that can get wet, beacause you have... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Lasara07
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Entrance just south of main town road | After the bridge you will see the jungle entrance, Montezuma, Costa Rica
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Loved this waterfall and wished that we had discovered it sooner in our trip. Only saw the lower (and largest) waterfall and enjoyed swimming in the large pool there. We went a second time at 6:30am and had the place to ourselves. Definitely would recommend.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Montezuma falls were not easy to get at. Bring good shoes, that can get wet, beacause you have to wald in forest and have to cross a river. We had about 30 min from Montezuma center to the waterfall.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great hike but slippery. It's best done in shoes with good tread that you can get wet. We did it in the rainy season and the locals warned against hiking to the upper two falls and said it was too dangerous. I regret not trying...More

Thank Shawna F
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We hiked into the falls from a trail near Clandestina and paid $2 to have access to all the falls via stairs. The falls were pretty. We didn’t swim, the water was very turbid as we visited during the rainy season. A friend did jump...More

Thank sweetsledgehammer
Reviewed 1 week ago

The waterfall is very easy to find from the roads and the initial walk to the first waterfall is easy and suitable for all ages. As somebody that has never hiked before I was only intending to see the first waterfall, however upon discovering how...More

Thank Kirsty S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I love this adventure, it is a must if you visiting Montezuma. I do recommend a local guide for the hike. Pedro [86593923] was the best. He helped guide through this wonderful and difficult terrain. He made easier and fun. The "Morenitas"

Thank Rhea D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We enjoyed this fun little trek to see the waterfall very much! A bit of rock hopping and river crossing but it was worth the trip. Highly recommend you make the trip- literally just up the road and walkable from downtown Montezuma. (Go barefoot or...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Took both the riverbed route to the lower falls and drove up to the canopy tour trail and paid 2k colon pp to take the hanging bridges down to the upper falls. Swam in the upper falls and jumped into them from about 15 ft...More

Thank Thelocococo
Reviewed 12 June 2018

This is a pretty easy hike if you are reasonably fit. But, if you are not - or you have bad ankles/knees/hips this is not for you. Takes 20 min...could take a lot longer if its rained recently as it gets muddy. The hike is...More

Thank traveler5555512
Reviewed 3 June 2018 via mobile

This short trek, about 15 min, to the falls is pretty easy for a fit or average footed person. Maybe hard for someone who has mobility problems. You have to pay some coins to help them maintain the path but it’s not much. Then you...More

Thank sara c
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Julie G
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Response from leona73 | Reviewed this property |
Hire him for what?
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Response from Gloria O | Reviewed this property |
no this is in costa rica
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