This is my favorite National Parks in Costa Rica. It offers a nice trail suited for all kind of visitors. We were here with kids who loved the bridges, animals, the river and the color of the water.
The entry fee is same as to any other park, 10$. There is a small donation being asked for parking your own car. The trail starts with a pavement but thankfully turns into a normal trail afterwards. The grounds are well kept, have seen a few security offers on the trail itself. The pictures of the falls speak for themselves. In summary, a great place for a day trip.
If you are heading only to the falls no need to take the mud boots.
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