Explore Hanging Bridge and Waterfalls of Los Campesinos

Quebrada Arroyo, Costa Rica

Explore Hanging Bridge and Waterfalls of Los Campesinos

Join the people of the Quebrada Arroyo community in their private, off the beaten path nature reserve. You'll cross over the longest canopy walkway in the region next to a cascading waterfall and explore walking trails that take you to the marvelous Los Chorros falls and natural springs, and the lookout point with great views of the beaches south of Manuel Antonio. Spend the night in their comfortable rural lodge and enjoy being truly immersed in Costa Rican nature.

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2 Days / 1 Night

Travel Style

Connect with Nature, Active Adventure and Off the Beaten Path


The community and local guides speak very little English. A bilingual guide can be arranged for an extra cost.

Physical Activity

Challenging workout


Rural Communities and Rainforest


Wifi: None
Cell: Limited
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Speaks: Spanish



It's best to arrive in the morning


Flexible Departure Date
All year


2 travelers minimum

What's Included


1 Night Community Lodge


Local guide (not bilingual) and Bilingual guide (extra $)


Private Bathroom and Private Room


Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner


Hike and Walk

Traveler Reviews

This is a great eco-reserve. Victor was incredibly knowledgable and I loved the story about how this eco-reserve came into being. It's great to support the local communities who preserve such beauty. Accomodations basic but excellent for this type of reserve.

Jo K

Amazing waterfalls, great food, and lovely people. You should be ready to walk around! The road coming is a bit sketchy in the winter and hard to find, but once at the park, you will love it!


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Your Local Host

TRC Viajes

Locally Owned Social Enterprise

Created by women with 20 years of experience, TRC Viajes designs and operates authentic adventures, offering rural community tourism through responsible and sustainable trips in small communities. Here, visitors get to know the Costa Rican people who are protecting forests, rivers, coastlines, and coral reefs. By traveling with TRC Viajes, you can learn about the work performed by local and indigenous communities in relation to the conservation of enviroment, becoming a responsible traveler, and leaving your mark through promotion of socioeconomic development in rural communities.

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Getting There

Transport options

Drive (4WD required), Bus (multiple) and Get picked up (extra $)
You can drive yourself to reach Los Campesinos, but you'll spend a lot of time on gravel roads. A 4WD vehicle is required for the final stretch. Transportation can also be arranged in advance for an extra fee.
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