“Experiencing the waterfall for the first time can contribute to your transformation, helping you get in tune with nature and with yourself,” says Raul Cisneros, Assistant General Manager.
Many people planning a trip to Imiloa look forward to experiencing Morundwa first hand.
For those who don’t know about it, Morundwa is the name of our breathtakingly beautiful waterfall blessed by the Mamos Tribe from the Sierra Nevada Mountains in Colombia.
It received its beautiful name from the Mamos in La Cierra Madre when they came to Imiloa in search of a place that would connect with Costa Ricans and others wanting to learn about the wisdom of their tribe. During their visit, they inserted crystals at the base and named the waterfall.
It has since become a place of peace and an area that people frequent when they want to meditate and focus on self-reflection. Our guests love taking the journey to Morundwa, even if that means taking 400 steps to get there. It’s often a journey done in silence as you witness trees towering over you in the untouched jungle.
As you walk through the jungle and take many steps along the way, you’ll experience the beauty of nature and some of the most incredible creatures that inhabit the wilderness, swaying from trees and lingering in the bushes. It’s an unforgettable experience like no other.
And, by the time you arrive at the Morundwa, you’ll be ready to take a break. Once you arrive, you can expect a truly awakening experience while allowing you to also cleanse and let go of what no longer serves. “Experiencing the waterfall for the first time can contribute to your transformation, helping you get in tune with nature and with yourself,” says Raul.