Unlimited Arenal Shuttle Pass
UNLIMITED RIDES PASSES
Daily Unlimited Rides during all your stay in Arenal Area
BOOK IT TODAY & PAY LATER.
Reservation is neccessary
“unlimited passes allow you to take as many shuttle rides as you want for an entire stay ”
” No reservation required after purchase the ticket “
The pick up and drop off points are the same attractions or if your hotel or hostel is on the route contact us to offer a door to door service
Buy your ticket online and pay the day of the service, put the information and the place where you stay ( or let us know later), reserve the date you would like to start using them (you can modify it as many times as you want). You will receive an immediate confirmation of the service in your mail (if you do not recive it check your spam box).
Give the driver your confirmation number and he will put a bracelet with which you can use the shuttle as many times as you want. Pay to the driver in Costa Rica Colones or Us Dollars.
The starting and returning points are:
– La Fortuna Park by the Church – Rock Pools – Arenal Volcano Park – Free Hot Spring River – Arenal Lake – Free Volcano Jungle trails
If your hotel or hostel is on our route contact us to give you a door-to-door service
|DEPARTURES||FORTUNA||LA FORTUNA WATERFALL||FREE HOT SPRING||VOLCANO PARK||ARENAL LAKE|
|3:20PM||3:40 PM||4:00 PM||4:15 PM||4:30 PM|
|ARRIVALS||FORTUNA||LA FORTUNA WATERFALL||FREE HOT SPRING||VOLCANO PARK||ARENAL LAKE|
|12:40 PM||12.15 PM||11.45 AM||11:30 AM||11:15 AM|
|3:20 PM||3:25 PM||2: 45 PM||2: 30 PM||2:15 PM|
|5:40 PM||5:20||2:45 PM||2:30 PM||2:15PM|
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- Route # 142 from La Fortuna town to the Arenal Lake, then the route around the Arenal Lake to the National Park & 1968 Lava Trail and then again to route #142 by the Police Station
- From La Fortuna Town route #702 to the entrance of La Fortuna Waterfall route # 301 & Rock Pools, Then to La Fortuna Waterfall Park and viceversa
La Fortuna Waterfall
La Fortuna Waterfall The waterfall drops about 70−75 meters and is located at the base of the dormant Chato volcano, about 5.5 km outside of the town of La Fortuna, near the Arenal Volcano. It is fed by the Arenal River, which travels through the rain forest in the Arenal Mountain range until it plunges over the cliff, forming this waterfall. The admission is $15 USD for adults and $15 for children over 6. The hike down to the waterfall is a short but arduous one, along a staircase carved into the hillside. Guests are encouraged to swim in the stream and small rapids below the falls, and there’s a lifeguard on duty. There are restrooms and showers in the guest facilities atop the cliff, along with a restaurant and gift shop. It should take 10 minutes to go down and about 20 to get back up to the parking lot. Open from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm.
Free Hot Springs
The thermal heated Tabacon river, which heats the springs at the famous Tabacon Resort, continues to flow past the hotel property, making this pleasantly steamy river accessible and free. Bathers will be treated to warm waters and stunning rainforest surroundings. This is a great option for those on a budget or who don’t want to be bothered with large crowds and pricey entrance fees.
It is currently the largest lake in Costa Rica at 85-square-kilometre (33 sq mi). Its depth varies between 30 and 60 meters (100–200 feet) season.
The town of Arenal was relocated to higher ground when the lake was expanded in 1979. The old towns of Arenal and Tronadora now lie abandoned at the bottom of the lake, with the new town of Arenal existing to the northeast on the lake.
Things to do here : Rent a kayak and discover the small lake islands – Motor boat tours – Water sports
Free Jungle Hiking Trail
Beautiful free hiking trail near Arenal Volcano & Lake
This is a natural and free trail located in La Fortuna, next to Lake Arenal, some tour operators use it for bird watching.
Once you get to Arenal Lake right on the right you see a gravel road, this route also leads to the Arenal National Park as shown in the red line of the image.
It is one of the most beautiful scenic tours of the Arenal Volcano where you can see the Arenal Lake, the Volcano and a great variety of birds, monkeys, tropical plants with beautiful colorful flowers and more. At early hours in the morning is the Best time for this tour or around 4 pm
This Natural trail has a distance of 4 km and it can take 45 minutes to get from one point to the other as indicated by the red image.
El Salto (The Rock Pools) is a free local water hole surrounded by a tropical forest. It’s a great place to cool down on a hot day. The water hole is a small clearing in a river, downstream from La Fortuna Waterfall. There are large rocks encompassing the river and a small waterfall leading down to the water hole. Spend your morning or afternoon jumping off rocks, swimming in the water hole or hanging around the river bed. If you’re feeling adventurous, try the rope swing!
The park encompasses the Arenal Volcano, which “was” the most active in the country, which had previously been believed to be dormant until a major eruption in 1968. It neighbors Lake Arenal, which is the site of the country’s largest hydroelectricity project, the Lake Arenal Dam.
The park also contains a second volcano, Chato, whose crater contains a lagoon. It is also called Cerro Chato (literally Mount Chato) as it has been inactive for around 3500 years–coinciding with the creation and growth of Arenal itself. In and around the park are various lodges and hotels, some with their own hot springs, and others focused on the wildlife of the area. Within the national park are the Museum of Volcanicity and a ranger station.
The park lies within the 2,040 square kilometres (790 sq mi) Arenal Tilaran Conservation Area, protecting eight of Costa Rica’s 12 life zones and 16 protected reserves in the region between the Guanacaste and Tilarán mountain ranges, and including Lake Arenal. The park is most directly accessed from La Fortuna, but is also easily accessed via Tilarán and the north shore of Lake Arenal.
The Arenal Volcano National Park is popular with birders, as most of the 850 species identified in Costa Rica can be found within the park’s borders. This includes one of the country’s most elusive and beautiful birds, the endangered resplendent quetzal. Other animal species living within the park include white-faced capuchin monkeys, jaguar, deer, coati, and snakes like the fer-de-lance and parrot snake. The park also has a strong showing of plant life, including orchids, heliconias, ferns, laurel, cirri, guayabo de monte, palms, bromeliads, and strangler figs.