Rio Celeste National Park Guided Hike
Samara Adventure Company
Rio Celeste is one of the most enchanting places in Costa Rica! is a river located in Tenorio Volcano National Park of Costa Rica. The source of the river's distinctive turquoise color is to a physical phenomenon known as Mie scattering. Celeste River is fed by two colorless rivers, the Buenavista River and Sour Creek. Buenavista River carries a large concentration of aluminosilicate. Sour Creek, as its name implies, has a high acidity due to volcanic activity. When these two streams mix to form Celeste River. This is a natural miracle you can’t miss!
After we pick you up in near area. We will start our journey. On this tour you will hike through the lush Costa Rican rainforest through well maintained paths that lead to the majestic blue waterfall, while your guide will tell you about the incredible biodiversity of this forest. This region is vibrant with wildlife. In addition, you can spot three monkey species – howler, white-faced and spider, also we can admire sloths, anteaters, collared peccaries, and coatis. Our typical lunch will be served once we are over, after a well spend day we will head back to Samara.
What to bring: Raincoat, repellent, hiking shoes (or boots), camera, change of clothes.
Included: Lunch and Guide Supplied
Minimum: 2 People
Start Times: 6:00 am
Duration: Full Day