The Buena Vista Mega Combo Adventure Tour location is at the Rincon de La Vieja volcano. This is the perfect location to enjoy many exiting activities on one spectacular place.
- The Buena Vista Canopy tour includes 10 cables connected into trees on the tropical forest for a total 400 metres (1200 feet).
- A water slide is built though the jungle and horseback riding is available.
- Geothermal hot springs are found in the heart of the forest where you can also enjoy a volcanic mud treatment.
- What to bring: Change of clothes, insect repellent, sun block and camera.
Includes: air conditioned transportation, canopy tour, wáter slide, horseback riding, mud baths, lunch, drinks and bilingual tour guide.
Rincón de la Vieja Volcano National Park (Old Woman’s Nook) is located in Guanacaste Province of the northwestern part of Costa Rica. It is roughly 25 km northeast of Liberia, the capital of Guanacaste Province.
Rincon de la Vieja National Park is one of Costa Rica’s most diverse ecological parks. Renowned for its flora and fauna, the national park is home to two volcanoes, the Rincon de la Vieja and the Santa Maria. There are 6 different volcanic peaks plus 32 rivers and streams. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rinc%C3%B3n_de_la_Vieja_Volcano
Waterfalls & Hot Springs
The park offers something for everyone;
- Glorious landscapes
- Exquisite waterfalls
- Sothing hot springs
- Bubbling mud pools
- A fresh water volcanic lagoon
- Many picnic areas
- Long, winding trails
You can hike, or try horse back rides here…
A Large Park with various Eco-Systems
This national parks boundaries extend across both the Caribbean and the Pacific flanks of the Cordillera de Guanacaste mountain ranges. It is divided into two sectors, Las Pailas and Santa Maria. The Pacific slopes of the volcano have distinct dry seasons. The Caribbean side is wet and lush green.
Extending across 14,083 hectares, the park provides habitat for a wide range of wildlife, insects and birds. This includes;
- Spider Monkey
- Blue-crowned Motmot
- Emerald Toucanet
- Jaguar and cougar
Within the lush vegetation across much of the park are Guaria Morada orchids – the national flower of Costa Rica. There are also endemic Laurel and Guanacaste trees.