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It is a rain forest reserve located un la fortuna; 300 meters from the central park and 100 meters from.the elementary school of la fortuna; it is really good to protect the animmals such as: sloths; monkeys; agoutis; and pacas; bu the way there are...more
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La Fortuna Of San Carlos | 150 Mtrs from La Fortuna Primark School, Arenal Volcano National Park, La Fortuna de San Carlos 21007, Costa Rica
Great choice for nature lovers who really wants to scape from loud cities.
It is an amazing place, with so much to see wildlife. it takes a little longer to go place to place, but you get a local guide who shows ou the nature...More
We thoroughly enjoyed the 5K Hike on a day we couldn’t see the volcano. Surely the views from the lava flow would be amazing with clear skies. Trails were easy with little elevation gain less the lava flow portion where there were stairs. We spent...More
There is no access to the volcano, so it’s practically just see it from a distance, which you could do for free from every point around the mountain. You do have a nice rain forest where you can hike and see some wild life, but...More
It is an amazing place, with so much to see and to do. Everything is close, however, the routes are narrow and somethimes dirth routes, so it take a little longer to go place to place, but you are in Costa Rica surrounded by nature,...More
this was the ebst for my family and me, was the best sloth watching for me and my family , we when with jose hernandez we found him as la fortuna national park guide ...and we took a hike just for 20 usd pp.include entrance...More
We decided to go without a guide. Easy parking at the first entrance with clean restrooms available. Two sinks but only one with a faucet. Didn't notice until we returned that there were walking sticks available I think to borrow. There was some construction occurring...More