Hiking to Celeste River

We leave early in route to Rio Celeste (Light Blue River), located into the Tenorio Volcano National Park, near the montain range. There is a hike of 5 miles approximately waiting for us, through the tropical rain forest. We will arrive “Los Teñideros” of the Rio Celeste, the site where two streams of crystalline water come together and form the heavenly color blue that gives the river its name. We will continue our hike through the jungle to seek out the volcano’s furnace vents that expel gases of extreme high temperatures. On our decent we will get to see the spectacular Rio Celeste waterfall whose color makes it one of a kind! Our final reward is an exquisite lunch at the end of our journey.

Included: Transportation, naturalist guide, beverages, lunch and entrance fee to park.
What to bring: Long pants, hiking shoes, insect repellent, camera and binoculars.
What to bring: Shorts, swimsuit, camera and insect repellent.
Recommended: For people in excellent physical shape.

Park rangers are not allowing to enjoy the waters for safety measures.

Extra charges for droping off at zone 2 & 3.
Zone 2: Lost Iguana, Observatory, Arenal Lodge, Tilajari, La Garza, Arenal Vista, The Springs Resort.
Zone 3: El Tucano, Los Héroes, Mansion Inn, Rancho Margot, Nuevo Arenal.