At this hike along the trails of Arenal National Park we will enter into the tropical forest and areas which were once devastated by the fury of the volcano. During the hike, it is possible to see a great variety of flora and fauna characteristic of the area while you walk through the lava slides of 1991.
While in the park it is possible to listen to the constant activity of the volcano with its lava flows and sporadic eruptions, and on clear days you will have the magnificent view of the impressive Arenal Volcano, the Arenal Lagoon and the Chato Hill. By night time, the lava flows stain the volcano's skirts of red.
Our nature Guide will provide important and interesting information about the main characteristics of the volcano, active since 1968 and many more important details of everything you will encounter alongside the trail walk.
As an added attraction you can purchase an entrance to the different Hot spring waters you might like. We will drop you there after the tour, so you can relax and we'll pick you up a couple of hours later to take you back to your hotel.
Departure time in the morning: 8:00am approx. Return: 12:00md.
Departure time in the afternoon: 3:00pm approx. Return: 6:30pm.
What you'll need to bring: Hiking shoes or sneakers, comfortable clothing, raincoat, repellent, bathing suit and towel (in the case of those going to the hot water springs)
We include: Transportation from, park entrance, certified nature guide, lunch, water and drinks plus material with supporting information.