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3 Hours At Rainmaker Park

On our most recent trip to Jaco we decided to visit Rainmaker Park, and it was a great experience. If you are looking for something remote and off the beaten path, you have to check out Rainmaker Park. It is a private nature reserve that is an easy 45 minute drive from Jaco. It has a 2 mile hiking trail with suspension bridges, waterfalls, and lots of birds, frogs, plants and other wildlife. You can learn more of the history of Rainmaker here.  Before you head out, check out this post  from the “Two Weeks In Costa Rica” blog. Lots of good information there.

Driving through the palm plantation on our way to the park.

Driving through the palm plantation on our way to the park.

Rainmaker Reception

Rainmaker Reception

Poisonous Dart Frog

Poisonous Dart Frog

Elephant Ear Leaves

Elephant Ear Leaves

Hiking

Hiking

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Max of 4 Persons!

Max of 4 Persons!

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Momasita crossing a bridge

Momasita crossing a bridge

Chicken Foot Tree

Chicken Foot Tree

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Here we go

Here we go

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Swimming in the falls.

Swimming in the falls.

Swimming in the falls.

Swimming in the falls.

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