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You will have to go through a gated entrance and pay 700 colones per person, a hotel in the area collect the charge for regular cars but I saw a tour bus just went through, they open the gate and did not collect anything. This...More
We really enjoyed visiting the fumaroles, pools of boiling mud & other volcanic activities, along an easy & well-marked circular trail. The whole setting is in the middle of lush, tropical jungle so we were also privileged to see spider monkeys, iguanas & a group...More
When you pay your fee to enter the park you willl drive a short distance and see a building you might think is park information. IT IS NOT. They ask you to pay $10 per person for a waterfall hike. We did that thinking we...More
Pros: easy hike on well marked pathway, beautiful scenery, different aspects of volcanic activity, tons on monkeys in canopy, 4 yo walked it with not so much issues, no guide needed
Cons: some areas are not covered and can get hot, 15 USD for foreigners...More
we visited Costa Rica in April and so very glad we booked the tour to Rincon de la Vieja National Park. Our tour guide was extremely knowledgeable and you could tell he enjoyed his work and his love of country. We were able to see...More
We hiked the shorter Pailas trail in the Las Pailas section of the national park. It shows plenty of volcanic activity: bubbling sulfur lakes, bubbling mud pots, a small "volcano" with water splatting as if it was lava, and steam vents. Very interesting and impressive...More
We took the loop trail that includes several mud pots, steam vents and volcanic formation. The trails are very well maintained and easy to follow. We were lucky to see some spider monkeys up close, including a very small newborn. It takes some driving to...More
An amazing national park..hidden away among cloud forest and bumpy roads to access. On our first day we took the well laid out walk through volcanic hot springs and bubbling mud. Then to the more isolated ranger station Santa Maria. We saw so much wild...More
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Sorry I know nothing about rentals from resort as we had a rental for the 4 weeks we stayed in Costa Rica. The road into the park was not a difficult drive. Pavement most of the way. We were travelling from the Santa Cruz... More
Sorry I know nothing about rentals from resort as we had a rental for the 4 weeks we stayed in Costa Rica. The road into the park was not a difficult drive. Pavement most of the way. We were travelling from the Santa Cruz area. .