Of all the many amazing natural landmarks in Costa Rica, Tripps Travel Network is particularly interested in noting the hundreds of volcano formations that span from the north in Guanacaste to the south at the border of Panama. Taking a day trip to see a dormant volcano in a remote area is one option. Other volcanoes are near accommodations to add to the overall experience of witnessing these incredible natural creations.
The Arenal Volcano in the Northern Lowlands is one of the most famous natural features in Costa Rica and also has nearby hot springs for travelers to indulge in. In Guanacaste, the Rincon de la Vieja is seated within national park territory and is comprised of about 34,800 acres of land. This area is also known for both hot springs and rappelling. Guanacaste also boasts the Tenorio and Miravalles Volcano with the option of horseback riding around the base of the volcano. In the Central Highlands, Turrialba features activities such as hiking and rafting for Costa Rican travelers to enjoy. Regardless of when travelers are going to see any number of the volcanoes in Costa Rica, there are plenty of things to do, see and experience while on these excursions.
Tripps Travel Network recommends that travelers should conduct some research to decide which of these locations is right for them to visit, as each one has particular features that appeal to different people.