Edit Blog Post
Published: July 27th 2017
Today, Renata and I are taking a guided hike to see the Rio Celeste Waterfall in Tenorio Volcano National Park. The Rio Celeste Waterfall is a striking waterfall that cascades down into magical turquoise blue waters.
Apparently the magical blue colour of the water is attributed to the mixing of two non-colour tributaries: Rio Buenavista and Quebrada Agria. The point where the two tributaries mix is called El Tenidor, a surreal natural phenomena.
The uphill hiking on uneven terrain made the day hike more difficult than I thought it would be. It was totally worth it, though. We even witnessed a cute monkey, entertaining us in the trees.
After the fairly strenuous hike, we were treated to a delicious Costa Rican lunch before we headed back to our hotel.
For dinner, Renata and I headed to the Rainforest Café, to have some delicious lattes and try some Costa Rican dessert, ‘Tres Leche,’ a moist sponge cake soaked in three different types of milk. It was so good that we forgot to take a picture of it!
Tomorrow, we are canyoning, horseback riding, and swimming
in a waterfall. Definitely, a highlight of our trip.
Tot: 1.419s; Tpl: 0.054s; cc: 8; qc: 49; dbt: 0.0411s; 1; m:saturn w:www (18.104.22.168); sld: 1;
; mem: 1.4mb