The essence of Costa Rica in one place! Sustainability, adventure, nature, culture and well-being in one place. An adventure that will take you to discover Costa Rica, its natural and cultural wealth through authentic experiences in the peaks of Rincon de la Vieja (750 meters above sea level). In Buena Vista, discover the purest and most relaxing hot springs , the hot springs of Rincon de la Vieja. We have 5 swimming pools of crystalline thermal water from natural sources, volcanic mud and sauna, in the shade of the forest and surrounded by two rivers that flow from the volcano, which makes it one of the main destinations in Costa Rica.
Hacienda Guachipelín offers wildlife observation and bird watching in lush native gardens and exotic flowers while allowing you to experience ALL in one place, from hiking to their 40 meters high waterfalls and enjoying a transparent pool of blue water, to zip lining, horseback riding, river tubing AND MORE! If you’re looking to have it all in one go this is your best combo! Look for their two big BUEYES (cows) with the traditional “carreta tipica” (old way Costa Rican’s transported themselves and their working tools, especially in the agriculture area). Check “Rincón de la Vieja” in our tours for a more relaxed possibility at the same magical place.
A live geologic spa/museum of bubbling water pools, bubbling mud pools, fumaroles and natural mud of different colors found only on this property. You can observe the active crater of approximately 5000 m2, close up. This is the only place in Costa Rica where visitors can walk inside an active crater, see and feel the steam escaping from the boilers below. Here you can see a variety of animals such as birds, reptiles and others.
Rincón de la Vieja (translated to “Corner of the Old Woman”) is an active andesitic complex volcano in north-western Costa Rica. Rincón de la Vieja stands 1,916 metres (6,286 ft) above sea level, and its summit is the highest point in Rincón de la Vieja Volcano National Park. It erupted most recently in September 2011. The volcano has a large number of fumaroles, waterfalls and hot springs you will get to enjoy as well as its volcanic mud. 
Explore one of Costa Rica’s most famous natural wonders where you can observe one of nature’s most intriguing phenomena. Two brooks merge together, turning clear water into a divine hue of turquoise. This chemical reaction, due to the volcanic minerals, makes for an astounding sight that can only be experienced at this unique location! Rio Celeste (light blue waterfall) Rainforest is located at Upala in Tenorio National Park. This is a prime area for birdwatchers. Birds that inhabit the park include tody motmots, bare-necked umbrella birds, sunbitterns, trogons, toucans, toucanets, crested guans, woodpeckers, hummingbirds and much more. Mammals that inhabit the park include pumas, jaguars, margays, ocelots, tapirs, tayras, howler, spider, capuchin monkeys, sloths, and many more. There are many amphibians including blue jeans, dart frogs, red-eyed leaf frogs, and smoky jungle frogs.
Diamante is known for its exciting Zip Line course featuring the longest dual action zip line in the country, it is a ‘must do’ experience offering the longest ride times and featuring a nearly mile-long ocean view line Superman-style, a 30-foot free fall Quick Jump and a hanging bridge over crocodiles. Diamante is also known to be home to a renowned Animal Sanctuary and one of the most beautiful Wildlife Education Centers in Costa Rica. Diamante works directly with professionals in biology and veterinary medicine and under the legal supervision by officials of the SINAC, the government entity in charge of the country’s wildlife. Known for its world-class habitat designs, and excellent bi-lingual customer service, Diamante is committed to furthering education and raising awareness among visitors and locals about the importance of respect and the protection of wildlife. Diamante’s Animal Sanctuary is home to frogs, snakes, crocodiles, monkeys, many species of birds, including toucans, a butterfly observatory, a sloth habitat and a variety of cats including pumas and jaguars.
Palo Verde National Park was declared a Wildlife Refuge during the 1970s because of its over 60 different species of birds using the Laguna, or wetlands, as a migratory stop. This Riverboat Tour takes place along a stretch of the Tempisque River Conservation Area in Guanacaste Province. Recommended for those who seek wildlife and birdlife. Palo Verde comprises dry forest, wetland and mangrove swamps, which is an ideal habitat for Costa Rican crocodiles, monkeys, iguanas, parrots and other exotic birds. The Palo Verde Tour carries you through one of the largest concentrations of waterfowl in Central America.
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