Santa Fe National Park – Short Hikes

River Hiking in Santa Fe National Park

Description: Jungle river hike to remote waterfalls.  River hiking can be challenging and fun!  Half-day semi-strenuous hiking experience into the rainforest, where we hike 3km round trip, up river to a remote waterfall.  This requires hiking through water (we provide boots), climbing rocks, with a different route as the river changes.  Because of the size of the boulders we climb, it is not suitable for those under 53″. Difficulty: 4/5

Cost: $55 pp/half day

 

Bermejo Waterfall

Description: Impressive waterfall located on the edge of Santa Fe National Park.  Hike starts out in rural highland farmland, and participants travel a little over 1km each way over hilly, muddy terrain through farms, orange groves, and into the forest to arrive at the falls.   Naturalist guide. Difficulty: 3/5

Cost: $30/pp   2.5-3 hrs

Loma Grande Waterfall

Description: Beautiful remote waterfall, a short but steep hike from the road through jungle.  Hike 1.5 hours round trip to Loma Grande Waterfall. Difficulty: 3/5

Who is this trip for: This is a good traditional waterfall hike, fairly short.  Because of the steep terrain, it is not be suitable for those with young children (even in carriers) or those with movement limitations.

Cost: $40/pp   2.5-3hrs