People Say It’s A Chemical Reaction. I Say It’s Magic.

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Get up, explore the world.  Life is about experiences; enjoy what the world has to offer.

Deep within Tenorio Volcano National Park in Costa Rica lies the Rio Celeste river, where sulfur reacts with calcium carbonate to create an incredibly blue river.  A blue that is reminiscent of the sky after the rain washes away 32 days of gloom.

How To Get There

Here is an informational site about the Park.

I recommenced getting an organized tour, because the guides will be able to point out cool things you may miss otherwise.

Here are a couple different options:

Rio Celeste Tours

Rio Celeste Hideaway Hotel 

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