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Our on-site tour desk run by Jacamar Naturalist Tours offers every activity imaginable in the Arenal area. All tours operated by Jacamar include transportation to and from Arenal Lodge. Combination Tour includes Hanging Bridges, waterfall, National Park hike, hot springs & dinner.
To book tours ahead of time with Jacamar, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Arenal Lodge offers guests a free guided morning rainforest hike within our 2000-acre exuberant rainforest property. We also offer horseback riding tours on property can be purchased at check in.
Our on-site tour desk run by Jacamar Naturalist Tours offers every activity imaginable in the Arenal area. Guests can enjoy a variety of optional Arenal tours through our on-property tour concierge, including Arenal Volcano tours, canopy tours, canyoneering adventures, guided hiking trips or white-water rafting excursions. There are hanging bridges to be explored and hot springs to play in, a sky tram and wildlife reserve to experience as well. There is a wide variety of exciting, educational, and relaxing Arenal tours available for purchase at our hotel including single tours and all-day combination tours that will delight everyone in your family! If you need further information please email our tour concierge at email@example.com
At 5,437 feet, Arenal Volcano looms large and ominous over the pastured green hillsides that surround its base. Although currently in a resting phase, Arenal remained the country’s most active volcano for the past 43 years.
Thanks to geothermal activity beneath Arenal, the area surrounding the volcano is home to a number of hot springs. There are springs for every budget and style, and many serve up unobstructed views of the volcano.
Just as monumental as the volcano that rises above its eastern shoreline, this lake is over 33 square miles (85 square kilometers) and has a depth of 200 feet (60 meters). It is Costa Rica’s largest landlocked body of water and provides ample opportunities for activities such as windsurfing, fishing, boating and kayaking.
29,692-acre (12,016-ha) Arenal Volcano National Park is located within the larger 504,094-acre (204,000-ha) Arenal Conservation Area, which protects some 16 reserves between the Tilarán and Guanacaste mountain ranges. While exploring the Arenal Volcano National Park you might spot deer, tapir, howler monkeys, white-faced monkeys and snakes, a variety of birds including parrots, tucans, orioles and brown magpies.
The charming town of La Fortuna sits just 4 miles (6.4 km) from Arenal Volcano. La Fortuna has a number of good restaurants and bars, as well as banks, grocery stores, pharmacies, gift shops and local artisans.