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Arenal Volcano National Park

Why is Costa Rica’s Arenal Volcano Famous? A Brief History

Arenal Volcano is one of Costa Rica’s most famous destinations with its iconic, colossal volcano holding quite a reputation with its active history. Just...

TripAdvisor names Arenal Volcano among world’s best national parks

TripAdvisor has awarded Arenal Volcano National Park among its Travelers' Choice Best of the Best for 2021. 

Last-minute deals for the long weekend (but please vacation responsibly)

The Costa Rica Tourism Board (ICT) is promoting last-minute deals in the hours before the Independence Day long weekend. 

Chambers launch campaigns to encourage Costa Rican tourism

The Costa Rica Tourism Board (ICT) has launched the second phase of "Vamos a Turistear," its campaign dedicated to domestic travel. 

Pura Vida in Costa Rica: Part 1 of 3

I’ve been reveling in the warmth of my recent trip to Costa Rica, and not just because of the heat and humidity.

Hiking Costa Rica: Arenal Volcano National Park

The highlight of Arenal Volcano National Park’s El Ceibo trail is an enormous tree thought to be at least 400 years old.

Four Dutch tourists and guide treated for injuries after Arenal Volcano rescue

The group finally left the mountain at 6 am Saturday after a lengthy and dangerous rescue effort that began around midday Friday and was complicated by unstable terrain, rain and cold.

Environment Ministry reports spike in illegal tours to Arenal Volcano’s summit

Authorities warned that National Police or Tourism Police officers will charge those responsible for tours into restricted areas with disobedience of authority.

Costa Rica legislature to hear bill allowing ‘green’ geothermal projects in national parks

Despite declarations from the executive branch that the Costa Rican government will not pursue geothermal electricity development in national parks, the office of governing Citizen Action Party legislator Ottón Solís is working on a bill to allow it in three volcanic protected areas.

Another U.S. tourist dies hiking trail in Costa Rica

Paul Thomas Walter, 62, died of a heart attack on March 13 while hiking near Arenal Volcano. He was one of two U.S. hikers to die on trails in Costa Rica that day.

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