Top Reasons to Go
Soak in a volcano-heated hot spring:For four decades Arenal was one of the world's most active volcanoes, but it has been in a state of slumber since 2010. It still provides a majestic backdrop from the steamy thermal waters nearby.
Hike to a waterfall: The reward for a tough hike down to Catarata de la Fortuna is a magnificent waterfall, plummeting nearly 250 feet into a freshwater pool.
Float on a cloud: Explore Monteverde's misty world on treetop walkways or on exhilarating zip lines up to 100 meters (328 feet) off the ground.
Watch wildlife: Birds, monkeys, turtles, caiman, and sloths abound in the 25,000-acre Caño Negro National Wildlife Refuge.
Set sail: Lake Arenal is one of the top windsurfing and kitesurfing spots in the world; winds can reach 50 to 60 mph mid-November through April.
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