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Travel Blogs from Nuevo Arenal
... to jump when a teenage boy came
catapulting from far above my head in the trees to splash into the deep pool.
He was followed by a wave of other children and teens. I contemplated jumping
in, but it was rather cool and breezy… needless to say I chickened out. By now
our tummies were telling us it was time for lunch. Tanya and I had a hankering
for fried fish.
settled in at a nearby ...
... First thing we did when we got there was book our adventures for the next day. We decided on an early start to get a canopy tour and ziplinging adventure in before lunch. Not the cheapest option, but definitely worth the money! A few short warm up zips through the forest prepared us for the longer zip lines over the valleys, higher up in the trees. The views were amazing, once I stopped worrying about the strong gusts of winds bringing me to a stop and getting me stuck in the middle ...
... of the week at Lake Arenal went without hiccup. We went white water rafting and zip lining which was fantastic fun and went to visit some of the forests and natural reserves such as The Hanging Bridges, The Cloud Forest and Rio Celeste. On some of these trips we saw some Kingdom Halls. Amazingly, some of them were in quite remote places.
One nice little experience was when we went white water rafting (for which we don’t have the photos yet). The tour ...
... of a stack of others- that all offer roughly the same adventure- because it offered extreme speeds, dozens of ziplines and a 1km īSupermanī thrill.
We had a fantastic morning flying through the jungle and over canyons on the speedy ziplines. We also did a fast repel and a massive tarzan swing that rattled most of our nerves- especially mine and Mary's. I think we both needed to be physically pushed off the edge!
... system to preserve the country’s spectacular places.
After a short drive to the parking area, we set out on a 3.85-mile hike through grasslands and forest to a lava field from the volcano’s 1992 eruption. Arenal Volcano was dormant from about 1500 until July 29, 1968, when a massive eruption buried three villages. Steams of lava flowed out most days until it ceased in 2010, making it among the world’s top 10 active volcanoes. ...