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Had a fab trip here the tour was amazing , wi5h lots to see and do, the hot boiling mud springs were amazing and we all enjoyed it , the views are unbelievable and the walk wasn’t too hard so I’d def recommend it xxx
This place is amazing! Pura Vida is really all around you.
The area is well maintain and the you can enjoy all the beautiful birds and most of all the spider monkeys are all over the place.
The best part of the area to me...More
We were in Guanacaste last week and booked a tour to Rincon de la Vieja Volcano National Park with Costa Rica Unique Tours (based in Playas del Coco) for the day. We toured the rainforest, swam in waterfalls, sat in natural hot springs and mud...More
We loved our visit to Rincon de la Vieja National Park. The trail system is extensive and well maintained, and takes you through diverse landscapes, including jungle and grassland. We hiked to La Cangreja waterfall, which was the most beautiful waterfall we visited on our...More
A family of 5 ranging in age from 19 to 55 went to the Rincon de La Vieja National Park today and we were faintly disappointed that volcanic activity meant the 3 hour walk to the crater (requiring 3 hours back) was closed but we...More
My husband and are are fairly fit, he cycles regularly and I go to the gym a couple of times a week. We often do hikes when away.
This however was something else. Whether you go during the dry or wet season, it is hot,...More
At first, I was not sure what to expect. I had seen pictures and wondered if Arenal volcano would have been a better choice. Come to find out this volcano has 9 craters, and that is one of the reasons why you never see the...More
We visited Sector Santa María in mid July. This sector is the closest to Liberia. The road from Liberia to the park is quite tough but does scenically change from highlands to forest within a short distance, which is pretty neat. The park itself was...More
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You can totally do it on your own. The drive there was uneventful (unlike our drive to Palo Verdes NP). You just need to pay the entrance fee, they give you a number which you have to tell them upon your exit - that's how... More
You can totally do it on your own. The drive there was uneventful (unlike our drive to Palo Verdes NP). You just need to pay the entrance fee, they give you a number which you have to tell them upon your exit - that's how they ensure everyone is out by the end of the day.
You can pay for the park (and most parks) in American money. However, there is a private road leading to to the park you have to pay a fee to a local. We paid in colonnes not sure if you can pay in dollars.