Thursday, 29 October 2020

Bajos del Toro

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Bajos del Toro is a private reserve, just north of San José, where this waterfall plunges 300 feet from a hole in the cliff face to the bottom of an extinct volcanic crater.
Photo: Steve Jurvetson

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