Hanging Bridges + Waterfall + Volcano Hike
This is a combination of the 3 most impressive activities of the area, the activity starts in the morning, it will depend on weather conditions to see if we start the tour with the volcano hike or the Hanging Bridges. the order of the actives is a surprise.What to expect?
Hanging bridges: A very big, Wild, dense, and old forest, the idea is to try and spot as much as wild life as we can, along the way we will find 15 Different Bridges that will helps us cross areas that are high. ¿What we are going to use the bridges for? to see the forest from different angles. its always nice to see the forest from the top to the bottom. The trail well cemented and design 3.9 km in total, time wise can variate 2.5 hrs +/-.
Waterfall: Almost 500 steps to the bottom, that we need to hike back up, so don´t carry extra weight with you, all yours belongs can be safe in the Bus. We will provide a place to change into your bathing suites, since we can swim at the waterfall base, keep in mind that if the weather is to heavy we will not be able to swim, but that’s up to mother nature. Trail well design and cemented you can used sandal or flip flops here, and time wise 1.5 hrs +/-
Lunch: Will be a Costa Rican Meal Call “Casado”
Which is Rice, Beans, Green Salad, potato, Tortillas, Fried Plantains, and the protein that you can choose between fish, chicken, pork, beef or vegetarian, and a fruity juice. Let us know in advance any allergies, and health issues.
Volcano Hike: Hike up the 1968 Eruption, this trail is much smaller then the rest but its up hill most of the way, not much, don’t worry the view pays-it-off. Once on top great view of the area and the Arenal Volcano. The walk is a rocky area all lava flow from the year 1968, so you will get to see and feel what type of lava we have.
Nature Lover Combo
Things You need to Know and Bring:
- Swimming Suits (If waterfall is too heavy because of rain, they will not allow to swim. But that’s all up to weather.)
- Hiking shoes
- Extras Spare clothing
- Bug spray
- Sun lotion
- Camera or phones
- Rain Gear (umbrellas work fine)
With lunch will be a Costa Rican Meal Call “Casado”
Which is Rice, Beans, Green Salad, potato, Tortillas, Fried Plantains, and the protein that you can choose between fish, chicken, pork, beef or vegetarian, and a fruity juice