The newest and best place to visit in Costa Rica!
Sylvan: living or located in the woods or forest. One that frequents groves or woods.
In the 16th Century English, Sylvan was first used as a noun describing a “mythological deity of the woods”. It eventually took on a broader meaning: “one who frequents the woods”. My new property in the Southern Zone of Costa Rica is a wonderful tract of land where huge waterfalls are bordered by forest-clad slopes.
Across this river, the forest extends up steep slopes, and the entire western boundary of the property is a series of dramatic falls and huge swimming holes, the larger ones being 10 feet deep even in dry season. The river is named Rio Sorpresa (surprise) as it can rise so fast, and then quickly subside.
A short walk from Sylvan Camp brings you to a set of three falls, each with large, deep pools at its base. What a great place for a swim!
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