Enjoy the magnificent Arenal Volcano views while strolling comfortably through the beautiful Tropical Rain Forest at Mistico Park surrounded with lush nature and wildlife. A naturalist guide will show and explain what the visitors will see in the 16 bridges (10 regular bridges and 6 Hanging Bridges).
The bridges’ total length is 3,2 km. Some of the bridges are: Waterfall Hanging Bridge (length: 92 m, and height: 45 m), Arenal View Hanging Bridge (length: 75 m, and height: 45 m), Mistico Bridge (length: 10 m, and height: 3 m), and the park’s longest bridge, Tayra Hanging Bridge (length: 97 m, and height: 24 m). Walk across the Hanging Bridges and gaze at a 18 meters (60 feet) waterfall within a comfortable non-slippery trail without steps, and acquire a once in a lifetime bracing adventure.
Transportation only from hotels in La Fortuna, naturalist guide, admission fee to the private reserve and a trails map.
2 1/2 hrs - 3hrs
Quick drying clothing, long pants, closed shoes without slits are mandatory, insect repellent, sunscreen protection, raincoat and water bottle.
Tour Schedules: From Monday to Sunday
Morning: 8:00 am, 09:00am, 10:00am
Afternoon: 12:00pm, 1:00pm, 2:00pm
Minimum age required 6 years old.
Children’s policies: From 6-10 years old children’s rates apply. From 11 years old pay as adult. For private tours children pay as adult.
For round transportation from Arenal Lodge, The Springs, Observatory Lodge and nearby hotels, please add $19 per person.
For round transportation from Muelle, Chachagua and nearby hotels, please add $33 for per person.
For round transportation from Arenal Lodge, The Springs, Observatory Lodge and nearby hotels, please add $23 private service (1-5pax)
For round transportation from Muelle, Chachagua and nearby hotels, please add $66 private service (1-5pax)
Tour Type: Nature
Required experience: Any
For regular tours:
the minimum number of passengers require to operate this tour are: 2 pax
Please bring closed shoes, do not jump, do not shout, do not bring pets, do not bring food to the trails only drinks and no guide dog is allowed as there are trained guides who can help you.