Playas del Coco, experience the Nightlife and Restaurants.

Playas del Coco, experience the Nightlife and Restaurants. Introduction to Playas del Coco Playas del Coco, also known as “Coco Beach,” is a picturesque beach town in northern Costa Rica, located in the Guanacaste province. This convenient location is just a 25-minute drive from Liberia International Airport. Renowned for its breathtaking beaches, vibrant ambiance, and […]

The Best Ways to Get to Costa Rica

The Best Ways to Get to Costa Rica Costa Rica is an incredible destination. Gorgeous landscapes, unique bio diversity, and more protected land than any other nation in the world mean your eyes will have plenty to feast on. A mix of European, indigenous, expat, and other citizens mean that culture, music, food, and celebrations […]

What’s Your Dream Costa Rica Wedding?

What’s Your Dream Costa Rica Wedding? Costa Rica is arguably one of the most naturally beautiful places on earth. Long stretches of gorgeous beaches, stunning mountain and volcano top views, and lush rainforests all make incredible backdrops for weddings. And with so many options, it’s no wonder many couples find it hard to choose. That’s […]

Costa Rica: What’s In a Name?

When you hear the name Costa Rica, what comes to mind? For most, the name Costa Rica evokes images of pristine rainforest, white sand beaches, and friendly, laid-back locals. While you can find all of these things in Costa Rica in abundance, the nation’s name was intended to invoke something quite different by the man […]

Medicines from the Jungle

The jungles of Costa Rica are an international tourist destination for their exuberant beauty, their immense biodiversity which makes it a nature’s lover paradise, and they are even a great backdrop for the filming of movies like Jurassic Park. However, most people are not aware of the great interest of the international scientific community in […]

Fiesta Season in Costa Rica

Welcome to Fiesta Season in Costa Rica! The rainy season is officially over and that ushers in…FIESTAS SEASON! In Costa Rica when we talk about “the fiestas” it’s not simply a party. It refers to what in North America might be compared to the County Fair. Fiestas take place in practically all communities even if […]

Costa Rican Independence Day

Every country has its holidays and its own unique ways to celebrate them. As a way to help you better enjoy your vacation in Costa Rica, from time to time we’ll tell you about different holidays that are an important part of life in this country. Costa Rica is a country very proud of its […]


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HOTEL HACIENDA GUACHIPELIN HIKE TO LAS PAILAS TRAIL

The Hotel Hacienda Guachipelin Hike to Las Pailas Trail is a 3-hour activity. The trails showcase the power of the Rincon de la Vieja Volcano, one of Guanacaste’s largest and most active volcano. On this 3,5km guided walk, adventurers can enjoy stunning views of the volcano, the surrounding forest, any volcanic activity and wildlife. With more than 300 species of birds and wildlife, adventurers have an opportunity to see armadillos, iguanas, white-faced and howler monkeys. A private hike option of this tour is also available.

Rincón de La Vieja

Rincon de la Vieja National Park offers a heady mix of rolling green hills, gushing waterfalls and lush forests. The park attracts travellers year-round who come to explore its hot springs, bubbling muds and picture-perfect waterfalls.

Rincon de la Vieja means “The Old Woman’s Corner” and was named after a local legend, which tells of a girl’s lover who was thrown into the volcano by her father. It’s said the woman became a recluse and developed healing powers, living out her days on the slopes of Rincon de la Vieja.