Our opening hours are Monday to Saturday 07.00-17.00, Sunday is closed, and no reservations are required.
Welcome to Catarata Del Toro, Costa Rica’s Ultimate Secret® a privately-owned ecological waterfall project. For more than sixteen years, we have been 100% committed to conserving the natural environment and beauty we have around us. And you can experience the results. In the middle of this unique property, you will run into your most incredible waterfall experience in Costa Rica.
And if you prefer to discover new places in your private space, come over; because we never have the crowds. So, if you like waterfalls in the most natural way possible, this is the place to visit.
First, you will see Costa Rica’s most impressive waterfall tumbling into an old volcanic crater. Then, with the rock formations, flora, and fauna, i.e., the complete setup, the experience is unforgettable and breathtaking.
And at the upper part, you will enjoy the views with our four lookouts, trees, flowers, forest, gardens, panoramic views, birds, and not to forget all the fantastic hummingbirds circling your head. Super and Magnifique, as our French clients like to describe it.
All this beauty together will give serene tranquility. No photo does this place justice.
Catarata Del Toro is a private ecological reserve, and we want to share its beauty with you. Many globetrotters have ensured us that the Catarata Del Toro waterfall certainly belongs in the top 10 waterfalls of the world. We invite you to come over and check it yourself. So, please put Catarata Del Toro on your ‘Need to see’ list.
We also want to emphasize our second-biggest natural wonder: birds! With 207 species counted and some endemic species.
Our location is perfect. Close enough for a day trip from San José or Alajuela. Located halfway between the international airport SJO and La Fortuna, you will enjoy a fantastic scenic route. Just adjust your itinerary a little bit for a few hours. Roads are all paved, and a 4×4 is not needed. See Google maps: ‘Catarata Del Toro, Alajuela Province, Bajos Del Toro’.
Furthermore, see the video at the end of this page for the first impression. Another option to enjoy Catarata Del Toro is downloading some videos (1.6 GB) and photos (153 MB). It will show you our project and the surrounding area, and we trust it will persuade you to visit us soon.
Monday to Saturday from 07.00-17.00, Sunday is closed.
The entrance fee is USD 14.
Like to have your space? We never have the crowds! But still, come as early as possible. Once you are inside, there is a big chance that you want to spend more time than you thought you would. You will also have extra time for a cup of coffee while enjoying the hummers, and you can drive stress-free to your next destination. And please be aware that the weather can change rapidly.
You need your time if you are also planning to visit the Blue Falls of Costa Rica.
See you soon or hasta pronto as they say here,
Wil and Donais
Good to know is that your safety is our priority. We are continually investing time and money to keep everything safe as possible. Also, good to know is that we go beyond the minimum requirements the law states. And we have all the up-to-date permits which are needed to operate. And in case of an accident, we have our liability insurance. So, feel safe to visit us.
Please also check our other project: Blue Falls of Costa Rica – Nature as perfect as it can get. On the 1st of December 2021, we added all blue waterfalls: Tepezquintle, La Celestial, La Turquesa, and La Pintada. A mind-blowing experience. Still, for the same price for the entire year of 2022, dirt cheap, so to say.
No pets – No yoga – No swimming