Arenal Volcano National Park, Costa Rica

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La Fortuna - El Castillo

Alajuela Costa Rica

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  • 2 mentions in Possible trip to Costa Rica

    • Shauna H.

      Shauna H. said, "...storms, beaches, local shopping & making calls from a tiny shop in town. Magical. One of my favorite spots was the Arenal Volcano National Park. I went after a yoga retreat in 2004 while it was still producing lava. My best friend and..." See More

    • Haydee S.

      Haydee S. said, " may feel like you are in the car moving all the time. Otherwise if you are inland I would suggest Arenal Volcano National Park with a night/hike in Tenorio Volcano National Park - Rio Celeste . Pura Vida! Let us know if we..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Driving in Costa Rica?

    • RosalieAnn B.

      RosalieAnn B. said, " where you are staying. If you are thinking of staying someplace else on the Caribbean coast, you can drive. For Arenal Volcano National Park or Monteverde you can drive but the roads are deliberately unpaved in the Monteverde area so the driving pace..." See More

    • Watzisname R.

      Watzisname R. said, "...We flew into LIB, drove from LIB to Arenal, fantastic drive, great roads!! We then drove from Arenal Volcano National Park to Monteverde- absolutely terrible driving experience. Roads are intentionally unpaved, at times, we were averaging 10kph. Took us 8 hours overall with occasional..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best time of year to visit?

    • Ben T.

      Ben T. said, "...The Arenal Volcano National Park ais pretty impressive. We went on a hike and both heard´╗┐ and watched rocks shooting out of the volcano and bouncing down the side of the volcano. At night, from the lodge, you can sometimes see lava flowing down..." See More

  • 1 mention in Two weeks in Costa Rica: Go North or South?

    • RosalieAnn B.

      RosalieAnn B. said, "...a long time ago and could have changed. I have not been to the NW coast, although I have been to Arenal Volcano National Park and Monteverde I saw wind surfing and canoeing on Lake Arenal. And of course hot springs...." See More