Frequently Asked Questions about Mistico Park in Arenal

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How do I get to Mistico Park?

If you are in La Fortuna, take Ruta 142 towards Lake Arenal. The entrance is next to the lake dam through a sett road leading to Mistico Park.

What are your business hours?

Mistico Park opens Monday through Sunday, from 6:00 a.m. to 3:50 p.m (last entry) The information service is available from 6:00 am to 09:30 pm every day.

Is there a restaurant inside Mistico Park?

At Mistico Park, we do not have our own restaurant, but we can recommend nearby options to enjoy authentic Costa Rican cuisine, such as "La Roca Canyoning," located just a few steps from the parking area of Mistico Park, and another nearby restaurant is "Hotel Lost Iguana," located on the neighboring property. Other restaurants in the area include Le Bistró, the Rotating Restaurant at Hotel Los Héroes, and Fusión Arenal in the town of El Castillo. We look forward to welcoming you soon!

What are Mistico Park’s facilities?

We have a large and secure parking lot, restrooms, free Wi-Fi, electric carts for persons with disabilities, transport service to La Fortuna downtown and nearby hotels, and very attentive personnel.


How can I make a reservation?

Booking is very simple: first, choose your preferred tour, whether individual or combined. We recommend booking prior to your visit so we can save you a spot and provide you with the best service. To book, click "Book" and fill out the form. Later, you will receive an email from us. Another booking option is by calling or sending a WhatsApp message to +506 2479 8282.

Is there an admission fee for children?

Children under 10 years old do not pay an entrance fee to the trails of Mistico Park when accompanied by an adult with a ticket. We also offer discounts for teenagers and adults over 65 years old.

What To Bring

What type of clothing should I wear?

We recommend wearing comfortable sports clothes that dry fast, and it is mandatory to wear closed shoes suitable for walking. Wearing sandals or other open shoes is strongly not recommended for walking in a rainforest for safety reasons.