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    29 July 2017

    Travel Diary: Costa Rica’s Rio Celeste Waterfall

    Have you ever been to Costa Rica, a haven for nature lovers? If yes, then you might be aware about the untouched natural beauty of the place. And, if not then you definitely have a lot to explore. However, in this article, we will throw some light on the Costa Rica’s Rio Celeste Waterfall, where the powerful waters meet and come crashing 60 feet down while turning from blue to the turquoise blue color. Volcanic minerals in rocks underneath give this intense and ultra-dazzling color.

    Picture Source: Costarica.com

    In waterfalls, the water interacts with the surrounding air, which eventually forms an intense wind over the individual blobs of water. It’s something that makes you feel happier and more relaxed. All you have to do is ‘discover the essence of nature’.

    However, due to heavy rain and waterfall, sometimes the path becomes muddy and slippery as well. You have to be careful over there to enjoy your trip to the fullest.

    You can feel the cool mist of the waterfall that surrounds you, and forget the rest. The dazzling pool of water will make you create magical moments in the middle of an emerald green forest. Moreover, you’ll not be able to resist yourself from taking a dip in that cold water, especially when you feel tired after climbing mountains. Yet again, it would be really difficult for you to swim as the powerful water cascade will keep pushing you away.


    A trip to Costa Rica’s Rio Celeste waterfall is full of adventures, and this place is surely a must add to your travel diary.

    About Costa Rica:


    Costa Rica is a rugged, rainforested Central American country with coastlines on the Caribbean and Pacific.
    Capital: San José
    Currency: Costa Rican colón
    Official language: Spanish