Come to Curubande and enjoy its adventures, volcanoes, and horseback riding.
Explore the family-friendly area of Curubande—a volcano, horseback riding, and popular sights like Rincón de la Vieja Volcano National Park.
Reviewed on Oct 28, 2019
Reviewed on Jul 10, 2019
See crater-filled mountains and hot sulfurous mud pits edged by lush tropical forest in this park filled with tropical plants and animals.
Scenic green mountains enclose this beach where scuba divers, snorkelers and surfers flock to explore the curling waves and diverse marine life.
Explore the depths of the ocean with your snorkel and fly through the treetops of the jungle on a zip line in this picturesque beach town.
First you will get strapped in your harness and start the ziplining course. The canopy tour takes you into a steep canyon over a turbulent river, where you will zipline, rappel and rock climb, cross hanging bridges and ride Tarzan swings.
On the full-day Iron-Horse Mountain Bike Tour, you start out riding Hacienda Guachipelin’s ranch horses up the Rincón de la Vieja Volcano through dense rainforest to the starting point for biking.
his tour starts with the excited Tubing Adventure. Enjoy non-stop fun and excitement bouncing and splashing down 5 km (3 miles) of class 2 and 3 rapids along this narrow, rushing river of crystal clear water.
The Canyon Canopy Tour is the most dynamic Canopy tour in Costa Rica because it combines more than just the zip lines. The Canyon Canopy Tour includes rappelling, rock climbing, Tarzan swing and hanging bridges, all set in the majestic canyon made by the erosion of the Blanco River for millions of years.
With our bilingual naturalist guide, you can walk the 3.5 km Las Pailas circular path through the tropical dry forest to enjoy the best views of the volcano, incredible nature, volcanic activity, and wildlife.
The only way to get to this waterfall is by walking 5 km inside the national park. Along the trail you can see wildlife such as white-faced monkeys, howler monkeys and spider monkeys, coatis, armadillos, agoutis, iguanas, and birds such as the bobo bird or the emerald tucancillo.