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The tour was relaxing, fun, enjoyable and educational. Out tour guides were Carlos and Edgar, both were professional, friendly and knew a lot about the Costa Rican culture, environment and history. The day we went was rainy but didn't effect the tour, we saw a lot of wildlife- a caiman, crocodile, many different birds, bats, slothes and howler monkeys on the river safari. We stopped at a family restaurant and had some homemade snacks which were very good. The La Fortuna Waterfall stood up to its beauty we actually had an extra waterfall by La Fortuna, which was as amazing as La Fortuna because of the rain and yes there are quite a few steps to go down and up. We were not able to swim because of the force of the water coming down from the waterfalls due to the rain, which was ok. After we finished the waterfall tour we went to another family restaurant and had an amazing lunch, food and people were great!
We couldn't have asked for better tour guides.
Things to bring along are sandals for the river safari and probably walking shoes for the waterfall. If it is rainy or threatening rain bring a rain poncho or jacket. We found out that our shoes and jackets smelled afterwards river water so make sure you have extra ones with you if they get wet from the river.
My tour was very exciting, and I had a lot of fun! The tour guide was excellent. He was very knowledgeable and spoke English very well.
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