Activities Beyond Rio Perdido and The Reserve
Llanos del Cortés Waterfalls
Roughly 30 kilometers from Rio Perdido is Guanacaste's signature waterfall, which ironically remains unknown to visitors and even to the locals. It may one day receive the attention it deserves, but in the meantime, we have it practically to ourselves! A visit to Llanos de Cortes is recommended all year but is best from December to May.
Palo Verde National Park
These are THE classic Guanacaste wetlands, where you can take a floating tour through a vast network of channels that cut through the mangroves. There is plenty of fauna unique to this ecosystem to appreciate.
Miravalles Volcano Area
The Miravalles Volcano is the tallest volcano within the Guanacaste range and is best known for its thermal hot springs, of which there are many. There are other activities here as well, including horseback riding and hiking.