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Rincón de la Vieja Volcano National Park

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Rincón de la Vieja Volcano National Park

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Rincón de la Vieja Volcano National Park (Parque Nacional Rincon de la Vieja), +506-661-8139,[1] is a park covering a dry tropical forest region of in Guanacaste, centered around the Volcano, Rincón de la Vieja, and the surrounding volcanic and natural features. Sights include an extraordinary amount of interesting flora and fauna, as well as plenty of hot bubbling sulphurous mud pits and a little "mini-volcano."


The closest park to the Papagayo, Coco, Hermosa, Flamingo, Tamarindo area. This park has lots of volcanic activity, fumaroles, boiling mud pots, vapor vents, sulfur vents, forests, wild life. Great for a one day tour with the whole family. There are more complicated trails for expert hikers as well, like the crater top or the sulfur springs "Los Azufrales". There is a convenience at the entrance of the park with bathrooms. Remember the park closes on Mondays.



Flora and fauna


Get in

The park is accessible only by car. From Liberia it's 5 km north up the Inter-American Highway, turn right (east) towards Curubande and head 17 km, then keep going until you pass through Hacienda Guachipelin. The park hours are 7:30AM-5PM Tu-Su.


The entrance fee is $10.

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