Arenal Volcano Hike
Explore Costa Rica's Most Beautiful Region with a Hike through the Forest!
Once surrounded by lush dense rainforest, Arenal Volcano erupted in 1968, when three craters burst open and covered the area in lava. Almost forty years later, the forest re-energized and is now a protected national park spanning over 26,000 hectares.
While hiking through Arenal Volcano National Park, you can enjoy a great array of wildlife such as howler or white-faced capuchin monkeys, deer, tapirs, and snakes, and birds like mot mots, parrots, orioles, and brown magpies. There is a wide range of plants growing in the area including various species of palms and bromeliads (including the endemic specie Pitcaimia funkiae), bait, ceiba, cirri, laurel, higuerones, fungi, orchids, and ferns.
On a clear day you will have great views of the Arenal Volcano, Arenal Lake, and the neighboring 3500-year-old extinct volcano Cerro Chato. This excursion is a great way of learning about the natural history of the area and enjoy some spectacular sights!
Hiking is intermediate/difficult level and you will experience gravel and loose rock on the lava beds.
Your tour includes: transportation from/to your hotel, park entrance fee, certified nature guide, water, and material with supporting information.
What to bring: hiking shoes, comfortable clothing, raincoat, and repellent.
*Prices reflect current low season rates and are subject to change. The price you are quoted by our sales representatives will be 100% accurate based on the exact time of your inquiry. Price is per person, double occupancy accommodation and includes: all taxes, domestic transportation, tours and hotels. Price does not include international airfare, optional travel insurance, or credit card payment service fee.