Arenal Volcano & Monteverde 5D 4N
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Arenal Volcano

These small group expeditions combine two of the most spectacular natural highlights of Costa Rica. Arenal; a steaming volcano whose steep slopes rise above vast rainforests: and Monteverde; a cool mountain cloud forest. The tour includes visits to majestic waterfalls, a wildlife rescue preserve, the hanging bridges at Arenal, and an exhilarating zip line canopy tour! With a maximum of ten people and a private driver and guide for the Arenal portion of the tour , it’s easy to be flexible and incorporate extra stops and local experiences along the way.

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Duration: 5 days/4 nights
Price 2015: $1195 per person (based on double occupancy), single supplement $260
Departs: Daily with a minimum of 2 participants
Depart on saturday  and save $230
Destination: Arenal, Monteverde

  • Day 1: La Paz Waterfall Gardens & Transfer to Arenal Volcano
  • Day 2: Fortuna Waterfalls, Organic Farm lunch & Hanging Bridges
  • Day 3: Volcano Tour & Transfer to Monteverde
  • Day 4: Zip Line Canopy Tour & Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve
  • Day 5: Transfer to San Jose or Beach Extension
Arenal Volcano
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Included:  Lodging, transportation and meals as specified in the above itinerary where B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner, entrance fees to National Parks and Private Reserves, tours, guide services, applicable taxes, service fees and in-country ground operator support.

Not Included: International airfare, airport departure taxes, meals not specified in the itinerary, alcoholic beverages, personal equipment, extras in hotels (laundry, phone calls, room service), gratuities, or costs associated with changes in your itinerary for reasons beyond our control.

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