Costa Rica Travel Store

ARENAL 1/2 Day Tours:

Arenal Volcano Hiking Tour

Before 1968, when Arenal became active it was covered by a lavish canopy of vegetation.  Now the green area is located at the east side of the mountain, and other little green parts can be seen on the north and the south of the volcano.  Enjoy the most extraordinary view of the Arenal Volcano on a gentle hike along the base of this marvelous "Mountain of Fire".  The Hike begins on the active side of the volcano, that take you through the forest over recent lava flows and to the destroyed area now in the process of regeneration.  You will get within approximately 500 meters of the lava flows. Includes transportation from/to your hotel, entrance fee to hike area, refreshments and bilingual guide.  
Duration:  3 1/2 hours  From $33.00 and up in La Fortuna Hotels depending on your hotel location.

Back to the Main Page

Back to the Tours Main Page

I WANT TO RESERVE Arenal Volcano Hiking Tour

Name (as it appears on passport) *:
Your Email Address*:
Fax, if available*:
Arrival Date*:
Departure Date*:
Number of rooms needed*:
Do you need a rental car or van?*:

Please "Submit" only once and wait while your form is processed

Payment Method
We accept the following payment methods.

Make a Payment here!

Thank You!

Insure your trip!

The Travel Store

San Jose, Costa Rica

You can reach our San Jose, Costa Rica office from any of the following phone numbers:

Costa Rica: 011-506-2279-8927

Toll Free: 1-800-250-5119


FAX: 011-506-2279-2479 from Costa Rica and all other countries

Wish to link to our site? Request a link HERE


[Costa Rica Tours]  [Hotels]  [HoneyMoons]  
[Sport Fishing]   [Dive Packages]   [Car Rentals]   [Packages]  
[Charters]   [Van Rentals]   [Domestic Air]   [Golfing]   [Make A Payment]  
[Cancellation Policy]   [Testamonials]   [Toll Free]   [Who Are We]  

© Exclusive Copyright by Travel Store, Ltd., 2000-2013 - All rights reserved.

Site design by Marilyn's Web Design

Problems with website? Please refer problem to Help AllCostaRicaTravel