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Arenal: If you weren’t looking for adventure, you’ve come to the wrong place

Arenal is the unofficial capital of adventure tourism in Costa Rica — whitewater rafting, ziplining, canyoning, mountain biking, horseback riding, all-terrain vehicles — and all of these adventures are served up with a few spoonfuls of fear.

Hacienda Barú: Unique EcoTram offers slow-mo, self-propelled tour of the treetops

The one-of-a-kind EcoTram at Hacienda Barú near Dominical, Costa Rica, puts guests in the driver's seat for a slow-motion ride through the rain forest.

Diamante Eco Adventure Park: Not your ordinary ziplining

The new Diamante Eco Adventure Park near Playa del Coco aspires to be the best adventure park in Central America, and its Superman flight is a good start.

Cañon de la Vieja Lodge delivers on the river

Cañon de la Vieja Lodge offers a fun float down the river, a little high-wire adventure and some seriously relaxing hot springs. And it's easy to get to.

Buena Vista Lodge offers a full dose of adventure in the mountains

Buena Vista Lodge, next to Rincón de la Vieja, offers ziplining, a waterslide, hot springs, horseback riding and more.

Manuel Antonio: Zipline and roller coaster, together at last

Manuel Antonio Adventure Park offers two innovative new ways to fly through the canopy, on a zipline/roller coaster and a Canopy Bike.

Ziplining in Arenal brings out the monkey in the man

A challenge course at Sky Adventures in Arenal offers ziplines, tightrope walking, rickety bridges, hanging ladders, a waterfall Tarzan swing and a pregnant pit viper. Who could ask for anything more?

Was Recreational Ziplining Really Invented In Costa Rica? Yes, Indeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed

The jungle canopy zipline was invented in Costa Rica by a U.S. biology student doing research, then reimagined for adventure tourism by a Canadian entrepreneur in Monteverde. And what a tangled web they wove.

Video: Monteverde ziplining is 100% aventura, 99% terror

If you get a thrill from 100% Aventura's Superman cable in Monteverde — the longest zipline in Latin America — just wait for the 45-meter drop on the terrifying Tarzan swing.

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