Arenal volcano rises majestically from the rainforest, a symmetrical cone against the backdrop of the sky. The national park in which it stands is a haven for wildlife, especially birds with almost 75% of the country’s bird species found here.
Animals include sloths, capuchin monkeys, deer and snakes including boa constrictors. There are many walking trails and you can explore on horseback and go white water rafting on the rivers.
Arenal Lake is ideal for canoeing and kite surfing. Adrenalin junkies will find the canopy and hanging bridge tours hard to resist. There are lots of hot springs in the area. Arenal Botanical Gardens have some 2,500 species of tropical plants, many of them rare, attracting a large number of birds and butterflies.
Enjoy panoramic views of the Arenal Volcano from your room, the pool, the restaurant and bar.
Stay at the closest lodge to the Arenal Volcano with the perfect combination of views, service and hospitality.
Comfortable, air conditioned accommodation, a choice of restaurants, pool and hot springs all set in lush gardens near Arenal Volcano.
This hotel has an envious location in the foothills of the Arenal Volcano with spectacular views of the surrounding area.
Luxurious casita accommodation, spa, pool and choice of restaurants all in the shadow of the impressive Arenal volcano.
An exclusive adult only hotel with 16 luxury bungalows, an infinity pool, spa and gourmet restaurant near Arenal Volcano.
A modern lodge in a remote location high above 2 canyons, with a range of adventure activities and high quality accommodation.
Time: GMT -6
The flying time is about 12 hours from the UK. There are now direct flights from the UK using British Airways. We work with all the major airlines and can offer flights from the UK or via the USA, Panama or a European hub. With the connection times you are looking at around 15 or 16 hours.
Language: Spanish is the official language. English is widely spoken throughout Costa Rica
Not required for British travellers. Other nationalities should obtain advice from their embassy.
There are no compulsory vaccinations.