This tour is designed to show you the complete coffee process — from sowing the seeds to the moment the coffee is poured into your cup. The Diría Coffee Tour takes place on the Matambú Reserve, and the tour helps support indigenous Costa Ricans.
El Calvo Waterfall
Arriving at the high point of Monte Romo, El Salto del Calvo waterfall is hidden among the hills of Hojancha. It is one of the most stunning places in the province of Guanacaste and the highest in Central America.
The waterfall is in San Isidro of Hojancha, 14 kilometers (8.7 miles) south of the center of the canton, heading toward Monte Alto Reserve, a place that few people in Guanacaste know about. Here you can appreciate the generosity of nature in every nook and cranny, in the landscape viewed from the car window and in the smile of the farmer that gives you directions.
Carlos Gonzalez Vega welcomes us to his humble home with three horses and a machete in hand to start the journey. At 600 meters (1970 feet) above sea level, surrounded by crops of sweet lemon, yucca and squash, you see large tracts of forest, part of the Hojancha-Nandayure biological corridor.