Costa Rican Climbers found 130 meters high Hot Water Waterfall
A group of Costa Rican climbers & scientists explored the jungle north of the Irazú Volcano and found a natural waterfall of hot water on the expedition, with a fall of approximately 130 meters, so it would be the highest in the country, if not the highest one.
Near the Irazu Volcano is the tributary of the Rio Caliente (Caliente River), a stream of hot springs located a few kilometers north of the crater of the volcano that flows into the Rio Sucio ( Sucio River).
These waterfalls are visited by local tourists and people from the area, the north side remained the dark side of the Moon, since there were no signs of people coming to the base of this pair of hot water falls; one of 40 and another of 130 meters high.
The climbers Javier Elizondo and an expedition group, Roberto Rojas, Maria Daisy Ureña and Felipe Fischel, found in an old map sheet, what looked like a waterfall in the middle of the jungle and decided to venture into an expedition. This way they found one of the new natural treasures of Costa Rica
"The water in this area changes color easily, when you walk on the river bed, it has a yellow color but then changes from blue to green.
THANKS TOROS CANYONIG GROUP.