Arenal Hanging Bridges

Arenal Hanging Bridges

Costa Rica offers many hanging bridges tours, most of them are in the Monteverde cloud forest and around Arenal Volcano. The Arenal Hanging Bridges are a series of suspension bridges in the Volcan Arenal National Park offering views of Lake Arenal and Volcan Arenal.  The Arenal Hanging Bridges near the Arenal Volcano is a beautiful, environmentally-friendly tourist attraction that’s perfect for nature enthusiasts of all ages. One of the best hanging bridge tours in Costa Rica is The Arenal Hanging Bridges Tour. Developed for the purpose of Eco-tourism, The Arenal Hanging Bridges consist of trails and bridges through the rain forest. Hanging bridges are perfect for the observation of nature and its protection. They have a private nature reserve of almost 250 hectares of tropical rain forest. This nature reserve houses a high local diversity of animal and plant species.

The Hanging Bridges:

Arenal Hanging Bridges The views from the bridges are breathtaking and the forest is dense and alive with life. The rainforest is just beautiful and it feels heavenly to walk through the woods. There are 16 bridges and all the bridges are worth visiting for a completely different perspective on the rainforest. But only 6 bridges are hanging or suspension bridges. These bridges are 48 to 98 meters long.  There are some bridges which are really high up and can swing a tiny bit. So you need to be careful if you are prone to motion sickness.

Wildlife, Birds and Volcano:

There are thousands of birds & animals to watch. So birdwatchers get ready! But without a guide you might miss many of them. You will enjoy the lovely views of waterfall, the thick jungle hike, brooks, rainforest vegetation and great views of the Arenal Volcano if the weather is good. If you are looking for a new perspective and a very unique experience, then Arenal Hanging Bridges can be your next destination.

Find more things to do in Arenal here: 8 Things To Do In Arenal


Arenal Hanging Bridges

SCHEDULE: Monday to Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm
PHONE: (506) 2290-0469
FAX: (506) 2290-0259

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