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Rainmaker Park, Parrita

(4.6/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web)
Immerse yourself in a natural rainforest habitat at Rainmaker Park, where you'll walk along tree-to-tree platforms while surrounded by native animals and plant life. Among the treetops, you'll find far-reaching views of the park all the way to the ocean. Expect to see many different kinds of wildlife, including exotic animals like toucans, trogon birds, poison-dart frogs, anole lizards, and bats. After exploring, you can take a dip in one of the waterfalls and stretch out on the rocks nearby. Make Rainmaker Park part of your personalized Parrita itinerary using our Parrita vacation generator.
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  • I've been to CR 5 times...4 with a very young family. I've been from one end of the country to the next. I love CR, and always feel there is more to explore. But Rainmaker took me by surprise. The tra...  more »
  • Monday, it was impossible to know if the Park is open today, we stay in Quepos, where no one can tell us and the website does not closing or opening day. Yet, we are very excited to visit the Park in view of the opinions of travellers. We have a car and the Park is 7 km from the main road where to spend the bus, we we would not recommend strongly the walk on this path. A tour operator offers us finally we take there for $ 80 par... we decline. Nobody Park answered us the day on the phone to tell us if a transport was provided by them to the Park Road. Too bad.
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  • Seven of us, all adults, visited the park yesterday morning. We shared transport from Quepos since we were without a car. I had also reserved a guide a couple of days before, via email. Our guide, Lui...  more »