Rainmaker and Its Fascinating History
When it comes to Manuel Antonio, people often associate it with its famous national park. But if you are looking for a more off-the-beaten path, then there is the Rainmaker Conservation Project that is located just outside Quepos. This private nature reserve comprises hiking trails, hanging bridges, waterfalls, and a lot of bird and animal species..
At present times, the land is completely protected and preserved. You can find a 2.5 km trail system within the Rainmaker nature preserve that passes waterfalls and runs alongside a beautiful river. Primarily a rainforest, the land is always filled with lush greenery creating spectacular views that are hard to match. You can also try hiking in Rainmaker to discover some of the best views around. Talking about wildlife in Rainmaker, you will discover green and black poison dart frogs, whiptail lizards, and several kinds of butterflies that include glassy-winged varieties. Also, there are a lot of exotic birds such as the Chestnut-mandibled Toucan, Blue-crowned Manakin, Black-throated Trogon, and Baird’s Trogon.
With us you can enjoy a guided tour to Rainmaker and take delight in Mother Nature’s true blessing while having a luxurious stay at one of our private villa rentals. For more information get in touch with us.