Arenal Volcano

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Arenal Volcano Tour

The Arenal Volcano tour starts with a drive to the active Western side of the volcano. Once there you will embark on a hike on the Toucans Trail which traverses the rainforest and crosses over a large lava flow from 1992.

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ATV's Tour

The Quads Adventure ATV tour not only gives you the opportunity  for  adventure  and  fun  but  also  includes nature and unique views of the majestic Arenal Volcano. The trail you will traverse goes through pastureland at the base of the volcano from which you will have numerous opportunities to view the volcano before eventually arriving at Lago de Los Lirios (Lilly Lake) which has the distinction of being the only lake in the area that contains sulfur residues from the volcano.

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Tour to Venado Caves

For those who don’t mind getting wet and muddy, this fascinating underground adventure will take you through a labyrinth of passages and chambers in which you will see an interesting rock formation called, “La Papaya”.

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Hike to 1968 Private Reserve

Reserve 1968 receives its name due to the date of the first eruption of Arenal Volcano colossus. This large-scale eruption left a huge backlog as a result of basalt on the flanks of the volcano. In a walk of about 30 minutes on the trails  of  this  private reserve we  can  see  the  dry  lava caused by these early explosions, we can also enjoy a majestic view of Arenal volcano, which is going to be very close to us, but at a prudent distance and safe to admire all its splendor and beauty.

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Birdwatching walk

Birds are most active early in the morning in the late afternoon as the day cools into evening. Join us for one or both of these walks in the La Fortuna area or near your hotel, for an amazing display of tropical birds.

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Lake Arenal Sport Fishing

Casting and  Trolling  for  four  hours at  the Arenal Lake, trying for an especial fish: Rainbow Bass (Guapote) and a great fighter: Machaca or Sabalete. Fishing boats and first class professional equipment are included. Fruits, snacks and beverages are provided on the tour.

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