Miravalles Volcano is a majestic giant, rising proudly above the northern Costa Rican landscape, its rugged slopes cloaked in lush vegetation and veiled in mist. With its volcanic peak reaching over 6,500ft into the sky (making this the highest peak in the Guanacaste Volcanic Range) Miravalles is a symbol of power and beauty. It is surrounded by the Miravalles Protected Zone, home to a wide range of flora and fauna, including several endemic species that are unique to the area. The volcano's influence extends far beyond its physical appearance; it is also a source of life-giving energy, with geothermal
activity providing a renewable source of power to nearby communities. Its hot springs, bubbling mud pools and steam vents are a must-see when climbing its rugged inclines. Miravalles Volcano also boasts a range of hiking trails that wind through the forest and along the peak's slopes, offering far-reaching views of the landscape beyond. Several guided tours take visitors up to the geothermal areas and hot springs, where you can soak in the warm waters and feel the power of the volcano up close, but many of the trails are also accessible without a guide. Whether you’re interested in geothermal activity, want to see volcanic nature up close or are simply looking for a chance to see some of Costa Rica’s wild beauty for yourself, Miravalles Volcano won’t disappoint.

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