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All reviews irazu volcano main crater parking lot gift shop entrance fee san jose costa rica great view highest point early in the morning high altitude be careful short walk blue lake above sea level two hours clear view
This place is really high up and it was a little hard to breath if you were doing the long walks. The great thing is you could drive to any part of it, right up to the fence. There are essentially 3 areas to look...More
Go early in the morning to avoid the clouds and the crouds it's about half hour drive up. Walk along the fence and catch a glimpse of the blue water covering the crater. Great views. Once at the end of the fence you can cut...More
The Irazú Volcano is an active volcano in Costa Rica, situated in the Cordillera Central close to the city of Cartago,Costa Rica. To reach the peak which is 3432 metres would mean about a 30-45 minute drive up to admire the 3 craters.
A must-see. We loved it. We almost didn't go because many reviews said they only allowed you to be at the peak for 15 to 20 minutes, and that it was too pricey, overcrowded and that there wasn't much to be seen, but we found...More
As everyone has been indicating, the drive up to Irazu Volcano is full with beautiful views where at a certain moments you are above the clouds. The Volcano itself is definitely worth a visit, however I was expecting a little more. One pays the standard...More
We spent two hours here enjoying the spectacular views. The two craters were impressive and the main one had the amazing turquoise lake. We also walked up (you can drive) to the peak / highest point for panoramic views, including all the way to the...More
There are 3 eruption calderas at this national park. A word of warning. Wear hoodies and jackets. It is in the low 40’s and windy. There is a beautiful green and blue lake in the last eruption crater. The other two are black sand if...More