The Miravalles Volcano Adventure in Costa Rica is truly, a one of a kind adventure!
Miravalles Volcano, known for its sulfur springs, fumaroles and bubbling mud pots sits 6,653 feet high and is the highest peak of the Guanacaste Mountain Range. The steel tubes from Proyecto Geotermico Miravalles, a power plant that uses geothermic energy to generate electricity, snake through the otherwise typical Costa Rican landscape.
Start the day with a visit to one of the largest, most famous waterfalls in Guanacaste*, then swing from tree-top plat form to tree-top plat form on a series of zip-lines for a bird’s eye view of Costa Rica’s wildlife, flora and fauna with what we believe to be one of the best Zip line Canopy tours in the area. Then sample an authentic Costa Rican lunch at a small, family owned restaurant.
Finish the day experiencing an authentic volcanic mud bath, relaxing in the natural mineral hot springs and soaking up some geothermal energy yourself or revive yourself with a shockingly refreshing ride down the 300 meter waterslide.
(* If access to the Waterfall is not available or if preferred a horseback ride on a private farm to Miravalles’ “Rio Celeste” is substituted for the visit to the waterfall.)
Departure Time: Between 7:30 am
Return Time: This depends on you. Approximately 5-6 pm
Travel Time: Approximately 1 Hour, 30 minutes/ 2 hours each way (from Playa Hermosa or Playa Del Coco)
Time at Miravalles: You decide!
What to Wear: Shorts, Comfortable Walking Shoes (Preferably no flip-flops on the canopy)
What to Bring: Swimsuit, Towel, Change of clothing, (In case you get rained upon) raincoat or poncho, Sun Protection: Sun screen, Sunglasses & hat, light jacket, Mosquito repellent, and Camera with extra batteries/ charger. (Changing rooms are available)
*** Avispa’s Adventures ALWAYS recommends that when you travel off of your resort whether with us or anyone else, you travel with either your original Passport or a copy of your passport **** (copies should include your photo page as well as the stamp that you get upon entry to Costa Rica)
Recommended for: The entire family.
INCLUDED: Private ground transportation from area hotel, English-speaking guide/Driver and Entrance Fees.
NOT INCLUDED: Additional beverages and tips for guides.
4 or more Persons $145 per person
2-3 Persons $165 per person
PRICES VALID THROUGH NOVEMBER 2016 AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
Due to the many conditions beyond our control, we reserve the right to adjust itineraries as necessary