Sector Pailas Walk in the National Park
Sector Pailas Walk in the National Park. On this circular trail with a length of about 2 miles you can enjoy the most volcanic activity without climbing the main crater.
Here you can also find a great variety of vegetation and trees like the Guanacaste (elephant ear tree), cedro amargo (cigar box cedar), laurel (aurel) and the indio desnudo (gumbo-limbo). You can spot mammals like the mapache (raccoon), the pizote solo (white nosed coati) and guatusas (Central American agouti). Birds living here include the pájaro bobo (blue-crowned motmot), the jilguero de montaña (mountain finch) and the tucancillo (emerald toucanet).
You will find small waterfalls, rapids, volcanic mud pools, hot springs, fumaroles and the “volcancito” (little volcano).
Included: Local Guide and Entrance fee to National park.
Duration: 3 hours
What to bring: Comfortable clothes, closed shoes or hi-tec, long pants, cap.