Rincon de la Vieja
HIKING, WATERFALL SWIM
& HOT SPRINGS
$195 per person
(min. 4 people)
This tour includes private transportation, lunch, and a dedicated, certified, bilingual guide
Explore the wonders of Rincón de la Vieja Volcano National Park. You’ll take a two-hour moderate hike into the park, home to over 300 bird species and a variety of mammals, including monkeys, two-toed sloths, kinkajous, and jaguars.Your guide is skilled at spotting wildlife and will share their knowledge of the area as you hike. Rincón de la Vieja Volcano has been active over the past few years, with eruptions of steam and gas. No need to worry though – you will be safe when hiking, but still be able to view volcanic activity including bubbling mud pots, fumaroles, and a mini crater!
You’ll also visit Oropendola Waterfall, just outside the park, where you can swim in the beautiful blue lagoon. You’ll enjoy a buffet lunch with options for vegetarians, vegans, and gluten-free diets. There are choices of entrees, a salad bar, dessert bar, juice, coffee and tea.
After lunch, you’ll visit the mud baths and hot springs of Río Negro, featuring ten pools with thermal waters heated naturally by the volcano, forming pools of different temperatures. The river flows constantly through the pools, refilling them with water. The hot springs, combined with the volcanic mud baths are a relaxing and refreshing ritual.
Your day includes:
Door-to-door spacious and comfortable transportation with your private chauffeur and bilingual naturalist guide on board.
Note: you may want to wear your bathing suit under your clothes or wear clothing that you can swim in, and bring a change of clothes if you want dry clothes to change into.
Approximately 3 hour drive with a pit stop for coffee along the way
Entry to Rincon de la Vieja National Park
Moderate two hour hike led by your naturalist guide
A visit to Oropendola Waterfall with swimming in the lagoon
A visit to the mud baths and hot springs of Rio Negro
A plentiful buffet lunch with options for vegetarians, vegan, and gluten-free diets
A safe return to your lodgings between 5:00pm and 6:00pm
Included in your tour: Private driver, lunch, entrance fees, all activities mentioned above, bottled water
Not included: Tips, souvenirs
What to bring: Sports sandals that strap on and that can get wet (Closed toe Keens are always popular), bathing suit or clothes you can swim in, a towel and change of clothes, sunscreen, hat, bug repellent, snacks (especially if traveling with children), motion sickness medication if needed (our Costa Rican roads can be bumpy). In an effort to reduce single-use plastic, please bring a reusable water bottle.
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