We drove to the park using GPS in our rental car. It was easy to find. There is a toll booth before the entrance that charges 700 colones per person. Don't forget to bring cash for the toll!
The trails are well maintained. There are many trails that you can spend hours exploring, or there is even a short, 3 km hike if your time is limited. On the short hike, we were able to see mud pots, steam vents, waterfalls, and abundant wildlife.
We hired a guide, Freddy, at the reception area. Freddie provided many useful facts along the way and ensured we were able to see the key sites. Since there are no maps provided, I would recommend a guide.
This is an active volcano, so you cannot hike up to the crater as of the time of this writing. In fact, the volcano erupted 2 hours before we arrived that morning.
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