On this 4 km (2.4 miles) walk along the trails of Arenal National Park we will enter into the tropical forest and areas which were once devastated by the fury of the volcano.
During the hike, it is possible to see a great variety the area’s characteristic flora as the Ceiba Tree, an impotent tree that survived all volcanic activities of the last years, as well we’ll visit more sites of interest the lava slides of 1992 and the large accumulation of solidified volcanic material ejected from the crater of this mighty colossus, during the very active period of that year. On clear days, you will enjoy incredible views of the impressive Arenal Volcano, Arenal Lake, the Tilaran Mountain Range, and Cerro Chato.
Our Naturalist Guide will provide you with important and interesting information about the main characteristics of the volcano, which has been active since 1968 and many other details about all of the things you will encounter along the trail. At the end of the walk we will take a delicious fresh tropical fruit snacks to return to your hotel.