Located in the Guanacaste region of Costa Rica which forms part of the Arenal Tilaran Conservation Area. Achieving a maximum height of 6,286 feet (1,916 m), with unique fauna, as well as volcanic highlights resulting from the area’s distinct geology, such as boiling hot springs and geysers.
One of the natural wonders of this area is the amazing and breathtaking colors of the Celeste River. This incredible blue-tinted river is the result of a chemical mixture produced by the Tenorio Volcano. The further upriver you travel, the deeper the color of blue in the water. You’ll eventually reach the point where this color is generated from the confluence of the Buena Vista and Roble rivers. Due to recent regulations from MINAET (Ministry of Environment) it is not possible to swim at Tenorio Volcano National Park.
The views of the towering volcano ensure that this hike will open your eyes to some of Costa Rica’s most precious wonders.