Hiking Quepos Costa Rica
Looking for some great Hiking in Quepos Costa Rica? Want to find trails near your Hotel in Quepos? Then this Blog post is for you. Get great advice and insight from a local ex pat living in the area who loves to hike and get off the beaten path.
Hiking Quepos Costa Rica – Rainmaker
Rainmaker is one of the coolest hikes you can do in the Quepos area. To get there you can book a tour of the park with your hotel or if you have a form of transportation, you can drive yourself. Rainmaker is located a few kilometers outside of Quepos. To get there you have to travel north toward San Jose and look for the signs on the side of the road. Rainmaker park has amazing waterfalls, suspension bridges, and powerful flowing rivers. There are many awesome trails to choose from that lead you through a majestic jungle atmosphere. Pack a lunch and be prepared to be amazed by nature at its best. A true must see if your visiting the Quepos area.
Hiking Quepos Costa Rica – Jungle creek water fall
The Jungle creek waterfall hike is one of the best hikes in the Quepos and Manuel Antonio area. Jungle Creek is located smack dab in the middle of Manuel Antonio and is easy to find off the main Manuel Antonio road. This 45 minute waterfall hike takes you through the dense Manuel Antonio Jungle to an amazing waterfall just kilometers away from hotels and vacation rentals. On this hike you may encounter monkeys, snakes, frogs, fish, sloths, and all sorts of other insects and animals. When you reach the waterfall you will arrive at the top and will need to jump from the rock down into the water basin to cool off. There is also a small yet steep trail that will lead you around if you choose not to cliff jump. Pack a lunch and be prepared to be amazing by nature at its best. A true must see in Manuel Antonio.
Hiking Quepos Costa Rica – Secluded Beach hike – The secluded beach hike is one of Manuel Antonio’s hidden treasures. This 1 hour hike (total) takes you through the dense Manuel Antonio Jungle to an amazing secluded beach off the pacific coast of Quepos. (Quick note)- Make sure you check the tide scheduled because this beach only exists during low tide. (Show up at high tide and the beach literally won’t be there). The best time to go to this beach is during the lowest tide of the day. On the hike to the beach you may encounter monkeys, snakes, frogs, fish, sloths, and all sorts of other insects and animals. This secluded beach is great for snorkeling and fun in the sun and you will normally find the beach have no other people (great for a private beach date). Pack a lunch and be prepared to be amazing by nature at its best. A true must see in Manuel Antonio.