With the majestic peak of Arenal Volcano omnipresent and more than 7,000 acres of wild rainforest to explore, it’s hardly surprising that hiking in Arenal Volcano National Park ranks high on most travelers’ itineraries, offering dramatic views of the country’s most active volcano.
Category: Things To Do
April 16, 2015
With its golden sands hemmed in by towering palm trees and azure waters, and the horizon framed by volcanic peaks and vast swaths of rainforest, Jaco paints a striking picture and it’s an idyllic spot to watch the sunset over Costa Rica’s Pacific coast.
March 19, 2015
With rugged volcanoes, white sand beaches and miles of uncharted rainforest, Costa Rica’s northwestern region offers ample opportunities for adventurous travelers both on and off the beaten track. From bird-spotting in the jungle to lounging on tropical beach or exploring some of Costa Rica’s most spectacular National Parks – here are a few of the top things to do in Guanacaste.
February 19, 2015
Just northeast of downtown San Jose, Barrio Amón offers a characterful alternative to the bleak office blocks of the center, with its striking colonial buildings, tranquil parklands and chic assortment of cafes, restaurants and bars.
February 12, 2015
Whether horse riding through remote jungle trails, zip-lining through the treetops, hiking around an active volcano or paddle-boarding on Lake Arenal, Arenal Volcano National Park offers seemingly endless opportunities for outdoor activities, and the rugged park is also one of the best places for canyoning in Costa Rica. A mix of rappelling, rock climbing and swimming, using ropes and climbing harnesses to safely navigate through narrow canyons and waterfalls, canyoning in Arenal Volcano National Park is a non-stop rush of adrenaline and best of all, anyone with reasonable fitness (and over 13 years old) can take part, even if you have no previous experience.
January 22, 2015
Costa Rica’s ever-changing landscapes have long been a natural playground for adventurous travelers and few regions offer as much variety as Guanacaste, where the palm-fringed beaches are hemmed in by sweeping cloud forests, a string of dormant volcanoes and swaths of verdant rainforest. Best of all, the northwestern province is on the doorstep of some of Costa Rica’s most famous National Parks, so whether you want to hike through the wilderness, scale a volcano or soak in a thermal spring, there endless opportunities for outdoor adventures in Guanacaste.