Paraiso de Manantiales | Established Campground

Costa Rica

Details

Verified:
11 days ago
Altitude:
0.0 masl
Phone:
8651-3422
Contributor:
barbara.reclames

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Cold
Water:
Natural Source
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
No

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Description

You can camp on the grass in front of a sheltered restaurant, in the middle of the woods. Very pretty and safe. There is a swimming pool we could use, showers and cook under the shelter. Owner charged us 5k col but probably negotiable. There are waterfalls you can hike to. The off-road is quite steep.

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Beautiful spot and beautifull hike! They allow dogs on the hikes which is rare! We even got stuck here and she called a mechanic and went spent some nights for free! Really nice place. No electricity and water at site, but they have water and showers. You could reach electricity when parked close by the restaurant with power court.

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this is not the Camp, there is only the place up next to the Restaurant. 1,5km further behind the cows is a "road", possible for big rigs.

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Absolutely amazing place. make sure to take the hike to the waterfalls. It's stunning and breathtaking. If you are lucky you will have it only for you as it's not a popular place. owner is also very kind.

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Lovely location. Restaurant closed during the week. However, this meant go had the area to ourselves.

Owner only speaks Spanish.

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Inquired about camping here. Camping - $4000colones per adult, $2000colones per kid. Waterfalls - $5000colones per adult, $3000colones per child. Dog friendly. We didn’t stay as it was over $50 for us with 2 adults and 2 kids.
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Carlos Mario is a very nice person! He charged us 4000c each for camping and 5000c each for the waterfalls which they are amazing! We paid him $40 USD for two nights and the waterfalls which I think is worth it. The campsite is in front of a restaurant that opens only on weekends, so if possible come here during the week so you have the campsite and waterfalls all for your self 🥳

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We had a huge field next to the ranch all to ourselves with the sound of a waterfall as our sleep soundtrack. Nice clean toilets and the showers were comfortable, about the same temp as the air. The 8(!) waterfalls were outstanding and the family has put a lot of time and effort to build trails into the very steep canyon including a four story circular staircase made of metal and anchored into the bedrock and a suspension bridge. The pool at the waterfall on the river is magic! There is a pond (not really a pool) at the ranch that has fantastic frog life at night. Check it out! I couldn’t find an outlet to plug anything into. 4000/person for camping and half price for a child. Hiking the waterfalls was 13,000 for the three of us.

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Very nice spot to stay. Arrived in the afternoon and had the parking/campspot to ourself. Could use the restaurant area to sit because of the rain and could use baños and showers. Also electricity if needed. C2000 pp for camping
The hike to the waterfalls is very beautiful!! It was now C6500 pp but worth it. Alone in a lush jungle. Wear shoes with good grip as it can be very slippery and wet.
Call ahead on weekdays because the restaurant is only open on weekends (Carlos 8651-3422)

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Great place!!The campground is nice, with bathrooms, cold showers, and Amazing view, we had no problem with our 25feet Rv no need 4Wd, The waterfalls are awesome, totally worth it!! The price is 2000c pp for overnight and 4000c pp for the trail to waterfalls.

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A nice place, all as described. Very pretty waterfalls, which of one is 90m.
Peaceful and quiet. Nice spot.

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This is the same place as 8 cataratas.

Friendly owners, quiet camping, nice view, flush toilets, simple cold showers, pool.

The restaurant is only open on weekends but you can use the facilities including several roofs to hide from the rain/sun every day.

The sendero that leads down into the canyon and passes 8 pretty waterfalls is great but know that it costs extra.

We paid 2000 colones per person and night for camping and 3500 per person for using the trail.

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Very nice spot. Friendly owners. Although there are many flat grassy spots to camp, they let us camp in there restaurant area because of the heavy rain. Only 1500 cordoba per person per night. The place is recently upgraded with a natural swimming pool. Bathroom and showers available. Go and visit the waterfalls in the early morning.
The road from the 140 carretera to Colonia del Toro is steep but doable. The last kilometer is a more rocky offroad path.

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We loved this place. The owner charges 3500 cl per person for the waterfalls, which are really stunning - and 1500 cl per person for camping. There’s a shelter with a baño and shower, and lots of land to pick your spot. We really liked it here!

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Not sure if it is an official campsite, but the sign to it says “Camping”, so probably it is. You can camp on the grass in front of a sheltered restaurant, in the middle of the woods. Very pretty and safe. There is a swimming pool we could use, showers and cook under the shelter. Owner charged us 5k col but probably negotiable. There are waterfalls you can hike to. The off-road is quite steep.

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