Arenal Volcano and its surrounding are protected by law in this National Park. Several trails which head to the outskirts of the volcano or the border of Arenal Lake allow visitors to experience the rainforest and have access to beautiful landscapes and breathtaking sights.
Wildlife agglomerates at the border of Frío River, as this place constitute a sanctuary for animals to stay away from the cattle farms and cultives that surround the Refuge. One of the most bio-diverse places in Costa Rica for sure, where hundreds of birds, reptiles and mammals hang and hide among the branches of the trees.
Tempisque River is the coronary artery of Guanacaste. It irrigates most of the province including Palo Verde National Park wetlands, which offer refuge to thousands of migratory and resident birds. This wildlife cluster includes several more species of mammals, reptiles and amphibians, as well as 45,490 acres of dry forest and wetlands.
Inside Tenorio Volcano National Park lies one of nature’s most beautiful spectacles. Celeste river is born in a place where the volcanic activity underneath produces changes and geological proceses that give a characteristic coloration to water. A huge waterfall and exuberant vegetation make this place an amazing landscape to see.