Daily Archives: April 29, 2019

Wellness in Costa Rica


Wellness is, by nature, a journey; a multi-chapter story; a lifelong physical, mental and spiritual seeking; a personal and emotional quest.

Simply say “Costa Rica” and vivid images of paradise instantly flood the imagination. Our wellness services let you connect with the country’s charming people. Your spirits will be lifted with a visit to the indigenous Maleku village, a Montaña de Fuego Mountain Resort&Spa project supporting indigenous native people, where you can learn about Maleku’s tribe cosmovision, experience an ancestral dance, walk and learn about medicinal plants and active your creativity painting your own handcraft. After an amazing experience, you will enjoy a regenerative massage with volcanic mud & stones and

Here you’ll be treated to a world of wellness, with yoga sessions, healthy food and beverage overlooking the Arenal Volcano, hiking, free time for meditation, and rejuvenating thermal hot springs with outdoor volcanic mud baths ritual that will give your mind a sense of clarity you may have previously thought impossible.


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La Fortuna waterfall, adventure in Costa Rica




The Fortuna River Waterfall is a natural area managed sustainably by Integral Development Association of La Fortuna (ADIFORT), a non-profit organization founded since August 31, 1969, having as its main objective to ensure the well-being and growth of La Fortuna community, through the work execution of road infrastructure, environment, education, promotion of sport and culture, community beautification and strengthening of public safety; projects that are possible to run thanks to funds raised by the visit of each tourist to this natural space.

The Fortuna River waterfall is located in a biological reserve with an area of 210 acres of transition premontane tropical wet forest, part of the Arenal Volcano National Park and is located at 520 meters over the sea level, where there are sources of our mountains and the waters of the Fortuna River. Within this sector is the Cerro de los Perdidos, Placas de Mayo and Cerro Chato, which are based on rocky foundations of great geological value, causing in turn a lush and scenic beauty.

To observe this splendid 70 meters high waterfall, visitors must pass a path of approximately 530 steps, which offers greater security to its passage and comfortable areas for rest and hydration through a forest with native trees of the area. Once in front of the waterfall, you will find a spacious and comfortable vantage point from which you can freeze your memories using unique and previously unpublished photographs, and finally take a refreshing swim in the clear waters of the Fortuna River

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