Calling all nature lovers, hikers, photographers, and anyone who would love an exceptionally special adventure in Costa Rica: join us on this tour of the Bajos Del Toro Waterfall! This waterfall is pristine, with only very few guides offering this exclusive, unique tour in the La Fortuna area. After a drive from your accommodations in La Fortuna, you will arrive at one of the largest and most impressive waterfalls in Costa Rica, right in the heart of the Bajos Del Toro cloud forest. You will begin your tour at the top of the Bajos Del Toro Waterfall and then walk down to the base of the falls for a complete view of this extraordinary landmark. In addition to the full view of this 80-meter waterfall, you will have the opportunity to experience a close-up view of one of the world’s most precious creatures: the hummingbird. The location of the tour is home to more than ten different hummingbird species, and you will be able to stand just a few feet away from these vivid, exuberant birds.
This tour is sure to provide you with a fresh perspective of Costa Rica; the views you'll get during this adventure range from the full picture of the waterfall to the close-up with the precious hummingbirds.
This tour is suitable for all ages and abilities.
I was born and raised in Costa Rica where I grew up in the rural area of Liberia. I was lucky to have grown up in Liberia, an area known for its vivid culture, zipline tours, and diverse natural wonders that only begin with its beautiful beaches, tropical dry forests, and volcanoes. In addition to the gorgeous environment I grew up in, I also constantly traveled to the far corners of Costa Rica with my family ever since I was a child. All of this has made me into the nature-loving person I am today! I love the outdoors, and even today I live near the Arenal Volcano and Monteverde. I love taking the time to observe nature, whether it is by birdwatching in the day or taking photos of frogs or snakes around my house in the evening. And of course, I love being able to explore nature with my job! My favorite part about being a tour guide is not only being immersed in nature but also being able to have the opportunity to meet new people and understand others’ ways of seeing the world.