At the foot of the Turrialba Volcano we find the most important archaeological site in Costa Rica. The Guayabo National Monument has about 15 hectares of which only a small area has been excavated.
Its roadway that has withstood the passage of centuries, its subway aqueduct and its mounds, give us a precise idea of the advanced civilization that occupied this city between 700 and 1300 AD.
The monument is nestled in a lush jungle of premontane forest, which allows us to enjoy both the buildings and nature.
What this tour includes
Transportation from San José
Lunch and entrance fees
Travel Packing Checklist
Comfortable and light clothing
Hat or cap