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A fantastic introduction to Costa Rica that begins with off the beaten track adventure at the wonderful Pacuare Lodge, includes a stay near the iconic Arenal Volcano and finishes up with a few days of laid-back luxury in charming Santa Teresa.
Being 2,708 m high, Poas is considered to be one of the largest and most active volcanoes in Costa Rica. It features a huge 1.6 km crater full of water and sulfuric pool bubbles. Being active, this volcano also causes geysers exploding and reaching up to 250 m high.
After lunch, you will be transferred for around 3 hours to the area surrounding Arenal Volcano. Following a massive eruption in 1968, Arenal was Costa Rica’s most active volcano until recently when it entered a resting phase. As well as the volcano, this region has plenty to offer, with thermal waters, waterfalls and Lake Arenal waiting to be.
The iconic Arenal Volcano is located in the northwestern part of Costa Rica, towering beautifully over the town La Fortuna. The most well-known active volcano in Costa Rica is surrounded by the Arenal Volcano National Park and Lake Arenal. The Arenal Volcano is still considered active, but there hasn’t been an eruption since 2010. If you’re.
Costa Rica is known for it’s natural beauty and expansive hiking trails, and the Arenal volcano is one of the best in the country. Once Costa Rica’s most active volcano, Arenal has been dormant since 2010, looming over the rainforest landscape like a watchful eye.
Arenal Volcano is located in the northern part of Costa Rica, about 56 miles northwest of San Jose, the capital of Costa Rica. To get from Tortuguero to Arenal, you take a 1.5 hour boat ride along the canals, then enjoy a scenic journey past rural towns including Sarapiqui, Rio Cuarto and Aguas Zarcas, and crops of pineapple, oranges, sugar cane and yucca. Depending on the weather, you will.
A naturalist's dream, this well paced 9-day Costa Rica tour takes you into the Tiskita rainforest, Monteverde Cloudforest, and to the foot of Costa Rica's most active volcano - Arenal! You'll have chances to explore lava flows and go horseback riding, fishing, hiking, snorkeling and surfing along the way.