On this exciting tour, you'll hike through the secondary rain forest around the Arenal Volcano National Park, the site of the 1968 eruption that awoke this previously dormant volcano. After exploring the national park, you will go to the The Springs Resort and Los Perdidos Hot Springs for an evening of relaxation.
- 6 hrs
- Available Days:
- Every day
- 8:00 AM, 2:00 PM
- Hotel Transport Included
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
To begin the tour, you will be picked-up from your hotel and driven to the Arenal Volcano National Park, where you will walk along the old lava beds in the park. Along the beautiful hike, you'll learn about the active volcano, the tropical forest surrounding it and the abundant wildlife from an informative guide. Perhaps the most fascinating part of the tour is what you will learn about this captivating ecological paradise.
The Perdidos Springs are 100 meters from the locker rooms down along the Heliconia walk which is a paved trail with over 150 different species of Heliconias. The 7 springs of Los Perdidos range in temperature from 76 to 98 degrees and are surrounded by rain forest and flowering plants. In the center of the springs there is a bar serving all types of refreshing drinks. The volcano heated spring waters of Las Lagunas and Los Perdidos Springs offer an ideal mineral content high in bicarbonate and chlorides with low sulfur content.
The Las Lagunas Springs are located at the base of the main hotel building. These 12 hot and cold free form pools range in temperature from 83 to 103 degrees and are surrounded by lush landscaping and sitting areas. The La Laguna wet bar is available for guests wishing to quench there thirst and enjoy a tasty beverage.
Following the relaxing hot springs, the group will enjoy a delicious meal at the The Springs Resort.
The Arenal Volcano National Park packs all of Costa Rica's allure into one place: incredible hiking, magnificent views, abounding wildlife and the country's most active volcano. Hiking and horseback riding tours allow you to get up close and personal with this incredible area, which encompasses close to 30,000 acres (12,000 ha) and extends into eight different life zones. Overlooking everything is the imposing Arenal Volcano which sits right inside this wonderful park.
Read more:Arenal Volcano National Park
What to Bring
Closed toed shoes, a camera and light jacket for the hike, swimsuit and flip flops for the hot springs. If desired, extra clothes to change before lunch or dinner.
All transportation, a guide, full meal, entrance fees.
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The walk through the rain forest was smooth and rocky -- i was unable to climb the stairs to the base of the volcano due to the various positions of the stairs but i was able to walk the 2.3 Kilometers to the stairs with my cane, slowly, but doable.
One of the highlights of our trip. Guide was amazingly smart, knowledgeable and accommodating. Learned a lot of facts. The hot springs were as heavenly as can be!!
Our guide Andres, at the volcano tour, very knowledgeable and friendly.. the hot springs were a perfect compliment to the volcano trip..The food and drinks at dinner, were outstanding.
Similar things to do
This Combo tour includes a guided hike at the El Silencio Mirador reserve and a visit to the Tabacon Hot Springs. El Silencio is a series of hiking trails and nature reserve located 7.4 miles from La Fortuna and 3 miles from the Arenal Volcano National Park.
This tour takes you to the best of the Arenal landscape — the Arenal Volcano and the nearby hot springs. Arenal Volcano is an active volcano in the middle of a richly biodiverse environment. This is the perfect place for an educational nature walk, and in the space of an easy, 2-hour hike you can see several distinct environments.
On this exciting tour, you'll hike through the secondary rain forest around the Arenal Volcano National Park, the site of the 1968 eruption that awoke this previously dormant volcano. After exploring the national park, you will go to the Tabacon Hot Springs for an evening of relaxation.