Witness some of the closest views of Arenal Volcano on a guided hiking tour of the Arenal 1968 Trail, a newer route that winds through the lava flows from the volcano’s notorious 1968 eruption. Explore the varied terrain around the crater, from steep fields of hardened lava rock on the mountain slopes to open fields and wildlife-rich forests. Learn about native plant and animal species from your guide, and soak up the incredible views from an observatory while recharging with an included lunch.
Guided hiking tour of the Arenal 1968 Trail
Get some of the best and closest views of active Arenal Volcano
Trek among the lava fields from the 1968 eruption
Spot native Costa Rican wildlife and plant species
Learn about the area's history and nature from an experienced guide
Includes a picnic lunch and entrance fees to the private park