Explore the main attractions of La Fortuna area, on this Arenal Volcano Combo Tour. Your trip starts in the morning when you get picked up from your Arenal-La Fortuna area hotel, and then you will travel to the Arenal Hanging Bridges at Mistico Park, where your adventure begins. Hike on well-maintained trails and observe the Rainforest from a birds’ eye perspective at the multiple hanging bridges along the trail. Be on the look-out for wildlife species that are normally observed on these jungles, such as monkeys, sloths, toucans, agoutis, coatimundis, crested guams, and other animals of the Rain Forest.
Continue your tour with a visit to La Fortuna Waterfall, the most famous in Costa Rica. Take a short hike in the rainforest going down multiple steps until reaching the waterfall, where you will be able to admire the beauty of this natural attraction and go for a swim in its refreshing waters for a while. Following, savor a delicious Costa Rican typical lunch, and afterward, continue your trip with the Arenal Lava Hike. On this hike, you will have the chance to visit one of the best look-out points to admire the volcano, and to walk on the old lava flows from the big eruption of 1,968, as well as learning about the natural history of Costa Rica’s most iconic mountain.
Finish this exciting Arenal Volcano Combo Tour with a visit to the hot springs at the base of the volcano, where you will be able to relax for a while in multiple pools with different temperatures, all surrounded by the most beautiful gardens with lush tropical vegetation. Dinner will be served at the end of your visit to the hot springs, and then you will be taken back to your Arenal-La Fortuna area hotel.
Please take into consideration that the hike to the waterfall requires going down 400+ steps, and then you will have to hike those steps back to the starting point at the end of your visit.
Please take note that the hot springs included on this Arenal Volcano Combo Tour are man-made pools, filled with thermal-mineral water that is naturally heated by the volcano (all hot springs in the Arenal area are man-made pools).