The Titoku Hot Springs are located 5.5 km from La Fortuna downtown and about 15km from the Arenal Volcano National Park. The facilities are brand new and are part of the Arenal Kioro Hotel and Resort but are located on a separate property than the hotel.
- 3 hrs
- Available Days:
- Every day
- 10:00 AM, 1:00 PM, 3:00 PM, 5:00 PM
- Inquire for Transportation
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
The Titoku Hot Springs are a series of 8 jacuzzi style pools cascading down and decreasing in temperature from top to bottom, each pool is equipped with handrails for safe and easy access to the thermal pools. Capacity of the pools range from 6 to 20 people.
The pools are surrounded with lush gardens and at night are lit with colorful ambient light. On site facilities include a full service bar, indoor and out door seating, showers and lockers in each of the changing areas.
The entrance and meal options are available at each of the 3 time slots and guests can choose from a menu that includes salads, fish, grilled meats, hamburgers, nachos and sandwiches.
Many of our tours and activities offer transportation pick up & drop off options from several locations and destinations. Options vary by tour, see “BOOKING REQUEST” for full details.
Loved the fact that there were very few people there. Felt comfortable. The drinks were ridiculously overpriced, but that was somewhat expected.
It was nice because we were the ONLY ones there but we were really looking forward to mingling with other people.
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Set amidst a rainforest near the base of the Arenal Volcano, the Tabacón Hot Springs are a fantastic place to unwind. Tabacón was one of the first hot springs resorts in the Arenal region.
About Covid 19 Requirements: Full Vaccination Scheme and cards are required except for guests under 18 years old.
Get your morning started off right with this 4-hour visit to the Tabacón Hot Springs. These springs offer the very best of the tropical landscape — its fertile grounds bloom with profusions of tropical plants. The warm pools are naturally heated, drawing their warmth from the underground magma from the active Arenal Volcano.