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All reviews entrance fee steep hike small chapel worth the effort view of the bay follow the signs worth the climb great hike paved road walk up views are spectacular san juan statue of christ worth the trip costa rica in town statues
It's an amazing place with a breathtaking view of San Juan del Sur bay, the town and other near beaches. It's quite a walk to go up there, from the parking lot you still have to go up around 96 steps (very steep) but trust...More
Whether taking the very steep path from sea level to 450 asl or taking a taxi $15-20 round trip) this is a ‘must do’ in San Juan del Sur. Be aware that even when taking a taxi there are still over 100 steps to climb...More
Walking up a steep hill to visit the Christ of Mercy statue from the other end of the beach was tough going in the heat, but well worth the reward of spectacular views. It took about an hour to reach the statue. We walked along...More
You can see this impressive, colossal statue of the Christ of Mercy from "town" when you are in San Juan del Sur. It is situated 120 meters above sea level and reminds me a lot of the Christ statue in Havana, Cuba. It is the...More
Normally I look for places from you can appreciate the city and this was the best place. If you are thinking go walking is possible (as I did) but if you are not used to hiking can be extremely exhausting!!! Entrance fee is cheap and...More
Yes cruise port is very close, maybe 1/4mile from where we started. I recommend walking along the beach (cross a small river) until you get to the last road, then take a right. The last road looks kind of like a concrete... More
Yes cruise port is very close, maybe 1/4mile from where we started. I recommend walking along the beach (cross a small river) until you get to the last road, then take a right. The last road looks kind of like a concrete drainage ditch but it's the only way off the beach. Looks a little sketchy but it's not. There are signs to direct you from there. No map needed.