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Skip-the-Line La Fortuna Waterfall Admission Ticket
US$18.00 per adult
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La Fortuna Waterfall Shuttle
US$58.00 per adult
Hanging Bridges, La Fortuna Waterfall, Typical lunch and Arenal Volcano Hike
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La Fortuna Waterfall Hike & Farm Lunch
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Arenal Volcano National Park, La Fortuna de San Carlos 106-4417 Costa Rica
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Full day Arenal Volcano, La Fortuna Waterfall and Hotsprings
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Full day Arenal Volcano, La Fortuna Waterfall and Hotsprings

183 reviews
See the best of La Fortuna and the Arenal Volcano area in just one day with this tour. Start with a hike along the La Fortuna River, continuing to a suspension bridge tucked deep into the jungle. Then walk to a local indigenous village followed by a traditional lunch. In the afternoon, visit the Arenal Volcano for more hiking before wrapping your day up with a soak in a natural thermal river.
US$88.00 per adult
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Aliya Rehman wrote a review 19 Jan
Miami, Florida17 contributions
There is parking available. You buy your ticket at the door. I think it was $18 per adult. There is a trail mostly with steps. Waterfall is huge and stunning. You can swim there but on the day we went it was super rainy and a bit cold so we did not swim. I would recommend visiting here. You absolutely do not need a guided tour or anything like that. Just regular admission ticket.
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Date of experience: January 2021
jayeshup wrote a review 18 Jan
New Jersey37 contributions8 helpful votes
The one thing you dont want to miss if you are in La Fortuna. The entry fee is $18. There is a restaurant inside after you enter and it is good. You can eat before going to waterfall or after you are tired and hungry by swimming and playing in waters. Goind down is easy since it 500 clear steps. Read that climbing back up would be too strenuous, but it is not tht much hard. Kids and older people can also do tht with more time and resting in between. Fall itself is majestic. The pictures won't fo justice to its grandeur. It is really high and once you get near it, you can feel tht. Water hole of fall is treacherous. Rocks down are really slippery and you really need to be careful if you are going in the water. Dont go farther than 2.meters if you dont know swimming. Good news is just down the slope it is really easy to stay in water. Even kids.can do tht. Overall good experience.
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Charles N wrote a review 17 Jan
Edinburg, Virginia2 contributions
The water was amazing. Its a nice refreshing swim they also have a restaurant and shower after the swim and flower walk
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Date of experience: January 2021
Julie S wrote a review 12 Jan
Haverhill, United Kingdom10 contributions1 helpful vote
We love a waterfall, but this one is just geared around tourists..... It is a nice walk down, and the waterfall itself is impressive enough but it could be so much better
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Date of experience: January 2021
Nela S wrote a review 10 Jan
26 contributions2 helpful votes
La Fortuna waterfall is nice, but nothing special (not worth a 3h drive to Arenal). The $18US dollars entrance fee / person gets you the use of facilities, otherwise you can go in for free.
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Date of experience: January 2021