Rincón de la Vieja

You stay mainly in the dry forest and rainforest crossing streams and rivers each of which offers a side trail to an amazing waterfall or two or natural back country hot springs.

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Duration

12 h

What to Bring

long pants

closed shoes

2nd comfortable clothes for changing

sunscreen

sunglasses

insect repellent

water raincoat

Includes

snacks and drinks

round trip transportation 

certified guide

horseback riding

canopy hot springs 

Minimum people

2

Departs

6 AM

 

The name, Rincón de la Vieja, translates to English as ‘the old woman’s corner.’ According to locals, the indigenous people of the Guatuso tribe named the volcano thus for one of two reasons. Either there was an old witch on top of the mountain who sent columns of smoke into the air when she was angry, or there was a kindly old woman occupying the same nook, and the smoke was from her cooking fire as she prepared meals for weary travelers. Maybe it’s both because the Rincón de la Vieja crater has had at least eight periods of intense volcanic activity, and still bubbles and steams.

 

 

This is one of the hotter drier areas of Costa Rica, and the whole region around Rincón de la Vieja has more predictable seasons than the rest of Costa Rica. The chance of rain is much less during the dry season from December to April, but the higher you climb, the more likely you are to get wet, any time of the year.

NATURAL CENTER TOURS SAMARA

OPENING HOURS

16th of April to 15th of December

Monday to Saturday 8.30 AM to 6 PM

 

16th of December to 15th of April

Monday to Sunday 8.30 AM to 6 PM

 

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