Poás Volcano National Park Half Day Private Tour

Your breath-taking, adventure begins with a pickup from your hotel and a relaxing private drive through the wonderful Costa Rican countryside on an air-conditioned transportation and recent model deluxe vehicle or mini bus. You will be heading to Alajuela Province and them the Volcano, about 90-minute drive from San Jose.

DURATION: 5 hours aprox.
INCLUDE: – Private Round trip transportation,
-Entrance fees & Naturalist Tour guide
WHAT´S TO BRING: Warm Cloths, camera, hiking shoes, hat, binoculars.
  • 2-4 PASSENGERS: $130
  • 5-10 PASSENGERS: $117
  • 11+ PASSENGERS: $104

Private One Day Tours Costa Rica had been designed considering the best standards of quality, service, locations and price in order to provide an unforgettable experience.

On the way, enjoy the beautiful scenery of the countryside with multiple Dairy Farms, Tropical Flowers Nurseries, Strawberries Plantations, Cheese Factories, picturesque souvenir stores and small local vendors. Taste the local flavors and give yourself a chance to try a Prestiño, a very traditional tin pastry cover with a special typical syrup made in the sugar mills.

Once at the National Park, explore the trails with our naturalist tour guide and visit the main crater, the lookout point, the Botos Lagoon, the museum and souvenir store.

Poas is an active volcano, that has erupted 40 times since 1828. It has an elevation of 2.708 meter above sea level (8.885 feet). There are two crater lakes near the summit. The northern lake is known as the Laguna Caliente (“hot lagoon”) and is located at a height of 2,300 m in a crater approximately 1.7 km wide and 290–300 m deep. It is one of the world’s most acidic lakes and possible the largest crater in the world. Lake Botos, the southern lake, fills an inactive crater, which last erupted in 7500 BC. It is cold and clear, and is surrounded by a cloud forest within the National Park boundaries.

Poas Volcano National Park is the most visited one by locals and international tourist from all over the world.

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