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Irazu Volcano & Thermals Hacienda Orosi

Irazu Volcano & Thermals Hacienda Orosi

$170 / per person
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We take the South Panamerican Highway, to start ascending the large “ Irazu “. The winding road travels through fertile lands cultivated with all kinds of vegetables as we observe a lovely panoramic.
On the top of the volcano you can observe the main craters and on a clear day Pacific Oceans and Caribbean Sea.

As we descend to the city of Cartago we will stop at the Virgin of the Angels Basilica that according to religious custom is a peregrination site for many believers.

Surrounded by rainforest and lush vegetation, La Hacienda Orosi has been blessed by mother earth with nascent hypothermal mineral water.

These rich springs of mineral hypothermal “telluric” waters (non-magmatic or volcanic ), are filtered between the layers of the earth and spring in the middle of the rainforest at more than 65 degrees Celsius.

The minerals, salts and ions that compose this water enrich the skin tissues, stimulate the senses. Hacienda Orosi is a mystical land where the positive energy is perceived as you walk, tranquility as you breathe and peace as you enjoy of this place.

  • Departure
    San Jose
  • Departure Time
    6:30 A.M – 7:30 A.M
  • Return Time
    4:30pm - 5:30pm
  • Included
    Bilingual Guide (English & Spanish)
    Entrance Fees
  • Not Included
    Personal Guide

Tour Location

If you are looking for an exciting and fascinating show to visit during your visit to Costa Rica, your perfect choice awaits you in the Irazú Volcano. This giant is one of the most famous in all of Costa Rica, and is even one of the most famous volcanoes in the world. The word "Irazú" is actually derived from an indigenous word that means "mountain of thunder and earthquakes." This volcano is one of the most active in the country, although some years have passed since the last major eruption. The most recent eruption was in 1994, but could be activated again at any time. In 1963, the Irazú volcano ended a 20-year silence abruptly the same day that the president of the United States, John F. Kennedy, visited Costa Rica.
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