Posts tagged with "TENORIO"



15. July 2017
Costa Rica is divide into 7 provinces and each province is divided into cantons. Within the Alajuela province the capital of the Guatuso canton is San Rafael de Guatuso. This is also home to the Maleku indigenous tribe, which you can visit while driving through. For short most just call the town Guatuso. The town is a bit off the beaten path, but will soon increase the number of visitors due to tourism. More so with the major improvement of the road that leads directly to Rio Celeste. For local...
10. July 2017
Bijagua is a small town located along the Guanacaste mountain range, specifically located between Miravalles and Tenorio volcanoes. It is a small town of roughly 2000 people who are dedicated mainly to farming crops and dairy cattle. They are locally well known for their cheese and recently are becoming popular for offering eco-adventure tourism. In August of 2016 they suffered along with other close by towns, the devastation of category 5 Hurricane Otto. Although it didn't destroy the town it...
05. July 2017
Many travelers that visit and remain in the Guanacaste province, usually end up traveling into Arenal area. This means they will end up traveling 3 to 4 hours each way and usually have to leave at 6 am returning at 11 pm. This would be considered a full days activity and it also means price range will be higher. Although Arenal is a beautiful area, we can provide you with an alternative that you wont regret. Tenorio National Park offers an amazing hike and within the park you'll be able to...
20. March 2017
White Water Rafting is a must when you visit Costa Rica. . But Tenorio River is a respected river in Guanacaste due to the tecnical prowess required by the guides who will show you an amazing time on the river. You may see wildlife and the guides take you to a secluded waterfall for a swim. After the rafting part a lunch is waiting for you and the chance to purchase photos of your rafting adventure. An optional activity on the return is stopping to enjoy Cortez Waterfall located half way back...
10. August 2016
There various sites in Guanacaste for hiking. The entire Guanacaste Mountain Range is comprise of 4 volcanoes that offer plenty of trails. Some even offer trails leading to waterfalls while some lead you to volcanic mud pots or calderas. The terrain is also varied. Some trails will be through more lush forest while other areas are still dry, specially those closer to volcanic activity. We will mention some of the sites for hiking which LAR Transportes can take you to. - Rincon de la Vieja...