La Fortuna de San Carlos is undoubtedly one of the most well-known places in Costa Rica. It’s a favourite spot for travel writers, it’s the pride of those who live there, and it’s one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country.
La Fortuna will fulfill and exceed all of your expectations. This location, with the magnetism of the Arenal Volcano, attracts many people who enjoy its abundant nature and the wide variety of activities offered here.
La Fortuna is located around 3 hours northwest of Costa Rica’s capital city, San Jose. The landscape’s exceptional beauty, the forests, the friendly people, and the Arenal and Cerro Chato volcanoes as a permanent backdrop make this a top tourist destination.
There are also extensive hotel options and a large variety of tourist activities available such as zip lining, rafting, bird watching, sport fishing, hiking, and hot springs to visit.
The sandy trail leads up to the volcano´s active flowing lava and majestic views of Lake Arenal as well as the continental division.READ MORE
Experience a marvelous 3 hour safari on boat through the wetlands of Río Frío.READ MORE
This is a spectacular 2 hours hike through the rain forest where you have the opportunity to appreciate the forest from a unique perspective.READ MORE
Proyecto Asis is an organization dedicated to wildlife protection, environmental conservation, and fostering positive cultural exchanges through education and service.READ MORE
In this tour you will have the opportunity to learn interesting aspects of cocoa and chocolate.READ MORE
This tour goes through some tunnels and chambers inside the Venado Caves that were formed millions of years ago.READ MORE
Guests learn how methane gas and compost are produced from organic products on the farm.READ MORE
Ecocenter Danaus is a private reserve that focuses its efforts on conservation and environmental education.READ MORE
A seven-kilometer path that will take us through the forest, starting with a visit to the Río Celeste Magic Waterfall, as well as to the Blue Lagoon and the place where the river takes its color.READ MORE