Quebrada Arroyo, Costa Rica

Los Campesinos Rapelling Adventure and Local Life

3 Days | Community Lodge, Hiking and Waterfalls

Get ready for a true jungle adventure led by the Quebrada Arroyo community. You'll rappel down a rushing waterfall, walk over the longest hanging bridge in the region surrounded by striking natural beauty and dive in pristine swimming holes. Each of the walking trails will take you to a marvelous place, such as Los Chorros waterfall and natural springs, or the lookout point with great views of the beaches south of Manuel Antonio. You'll also get to visit the medicinal plant garden, the sugar mill, and get a feel for this small community by visiting the town.

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3 Days / 2 Nights

Travel Style

Connect with Nature and Active Adventure


English and Spanish
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


Locally Owned Community Association
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Speaks: English and Spanish


  • Rappel safely down a rushing waterfall
  • Cross the longest canopy walk in the region
  • Explore 33 hectares of protected forest (part of a community reforestation program)
  • Swimming in waterfall pools
  • Story telling time with the Quebrada Arroyo community
  • Enjoy a delicious typical lunch at a small restaurant with view on a wonderful waterfall inside the forest
  • Participate in the extraction process of sugarcane juice and taste this drink while visiting a sugar mill farm.



Arrive in the morning


Flexible Departure Date
All year


2 travelers minimum

What's Included


2 Nights Community Lodge


Storytelling, Cultural Activities, Farm Visit, Community Visit, Coffee Farm, Class/Workshop, Walking tours and Waterfalls


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


Private Bathroom and Private Room


All meals included


Hike, Private car, Walk and Other local transport

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Locally Owned Community Association

ACTUAR (Costa Rican Association of Rural and Community Tourism) supports a network of over 40 partner communities across Costa Rica. They offer innovative and customized programs for visitors who wish to live authentic experiences of Costa Rican culture and experience the local charm. They combine the great classics of Costa Rica ecotourism and visiting destinations in rural communities, planning fun, educational trips that promote a harmonious relationship between conservation and rural development.

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Getting There

Transport options

Drive, Drive (4WD required) and Bus (multiple)
If you want to drive yourself, it is necessary to have a four-wheel drive. Otherwise, you need to arrange for transportation and park your car at Brisas del Nara Restaurant. The reserve is about 25km away from Quepos.