Costa Rica’s natural protection area for caimans, howler monkeys, birds, lizards, turtles and more is set on 25,000 acres of grasslands, rainforest, marshes and three rivers, close to the impressive Arenal Volcano. On the lazy rivers, caimans bask in the sun during the day as the howlers play in the branches above, and you might
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Think “volcano” and you’ll probably picture Arenal, an impressive cone that towers above the flat plains stretched out below and remains active, spewing volcanic ash, clouds and even lava from its crater 5,300 feet above the ground. Arenal is thought to be a relatively young volcano, at about 7,500 years old and for the past
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