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Costado Sureste de El Parque La Fortuna, edificio frente al kiosco, segundo piso, Provincia de Alajuela, La Fortuna, Arenal Volcano National Park, La Fortuna de San Carlos 21007 Costa Rica
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Full day Arenal Volcano, La Fortuna Waterfall and Hotsprings
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Full day Arenal Volcano, La Fortuna Waterfall and Hotsprings

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See the best of La Fortuna and the Arenal Volcano area in just one day with this tour. Start with a hike along the La Fortuna River, continuing to a suspension bridge tucked deep into the jungle. Then walk to a local indigenous village followed by a traditional lunch. In the afternoon, visit the Arenal Volcano for more hiking before wrapping your day up with a soak in a natural thermal river.
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tangi1 wrote a review May 2020
Elizabeth, New Jersey573 contributions334 helpful votes
After passing this little gem a few times we decided to visit the chocolate museum. We did not have the time for the class and visit but our guide was happy to explained the process of chocolate extracting and making. We went in knowing we would be picking up some wonderful treats for ourselves and some as gifts..
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Janet M wrote a review Apr 2020
Germany3 contributions
The food is really good and the chocolate too. Eva advised us into their products and we were able to taste some chocolate before buying it. She was really nice and helpful!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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tangi1 wrote a review Mar 2020
Elizabeth, New Jersey573 contributions334 helpful votes
After passing this little gem a few times we decided to visit the chocolate museum. We did not have the time for the class but our guide was happy to explained the process of chocolate extracting and making. We went in knowing we would be picking up some wonderful treats for ourselves and some as gifts..
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Kodiak_kid_123 wrote a review Mar 2020
Kodiak84 contributions12 helpful votes
While it's possible to learn lot from just looking t the handful of displays and posters, you really need to take the ben to bar class to get the full affect. Our guide, Anthony, was personable, very friendly, and took the time to answer off-script questions. Our group was small, just three, but nothing was shortened. What I really appreciated was when some other museum visitors come in (it's all one room) nd tried to graft themselves into our class, our guide respected our time and didn't include them while another staff member gently directed them to another display. We highly recommend Bean to Bar and particularly Anthony as teacher.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Josh R wrote a review Mar 2020
Toronto, Canada9 contributions6 helpful votes
We really enjoyed our 1.5 hour chocolate making class with Anthony as our host. We came into the shop to look around and when we asked if we could do the class right away he was kind enough to do it even though no one else was there to join. During our essentially private tour Anthony gave us lots of good information on the cacao tree and how they grow, are harvested and various products made from them, with the focus of course being chocolate making. We also learned about traditional methods and ceremonies around chocolate and made three types of chocolate drinks, all of which were tasty. The last part of the class was a chance to make our own chocolates with chosen flavour additions (cinnamon, coconut flakes, salt etc.). Anthony made it all fun along the way with good humour and interesting information and encouraged our questions. Definitely a fun way to spend some time between eco adventure tours!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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