Saturday 25 September 2021

360 View of Catarata del Toro – Costa Rica’s Ultimate Secret

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Screen capture. Click here to see this natural wonder in 360.

QCOSTARICA- Do you know the Catarata del Toro? Issac Martinez gave a 360 degree look at one of Costa Rica’s natural wonders during The Wonder Workshops this past weekend.

Now you can see it on your screen, click here.

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If you think you have seen it all and did not see Catarata Del Toro then you have not seen anything. The Cartarata del Toro is a private reserve located in the heart of Costa Rica (N 10°15´262″ W 84°16´283″), between Cuiadad Quesada and the Poas Volcano.

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The reserve is open six days a week from Monday to Saturday from 7:00am to 5:00pm (it gets dark in Costa Rica by 6:00pm everyday). Entrance fee only US$ 10.

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