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Arenal Volcano National Park - Admission Ticket

Arenal Volcano National Park - Admission Ticket
Sightseeing Tickets & Passes > Attraction Tickets > Attraction
$19
Duration: 2 hours
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Description

  • Enjoy a soft hike to the base of the Arenal Volcano taking in consideration a safety distance, to be the witness of the magnificence of its almost perfect conical shape with 5479ft height.
  • The Hike begins in one the trails close to the volcano, this trail will take us through the forest over recent lava flows and the area destroyed in 1968 now in the process of regeneration.
  • Recommendations: light clothes, hiking shoes, sun lotion, repellent, camera, binoculars and raincoat.

  • Arenal Volcano National Park is a Costa Rican national park in the central part of the country, forming the Arenal Tilaran Conservation Area.
  • The park encompasses the Arenal Volcano, which "was" the most active in the country, which had previously been believed to be dormant until a major eruption in 1968. It neighbors Lake Arenal, which is the site of the country's largest hydroelectricity project, the Lake Arenal Dam.
  • The Arenal Volcano National Park is popular with birders, as most of the 850 species identified in Costa Rica can be found within the park's borders. This includes one of the country's most elusive and beautiful birds.
  • Other animal species living within the park include white-faced capuchin monkeys, jaguar, deer, coati, and snakes like the fer-de-lanceand parrot snake.
  • The park also has a strong showing of plant life, including orchids, heliconias, ferns, laurel, cirri, guayabo de monte, palms, bromeliads, and strangler figs.

  • Enjoy a soft hike to the base of the Arenal Volcano taking in consideration a safety distance, to be the witness of the magnificence of its almost perfect conical shape with 5479ft height.
  • The Hike begins in one the trails close to the volcano, this trail will take us through the forest over recent lava flows and the area destroyed in 1968 now in the process of regeneration.
  • Recommendations: light clothes, hiking shoes, sun lotion, repellent, camera, binoculars and raincoat.