Turrialba Volcano National Park
The main highlight of this national park is the recently active Turrialba Volcano. With an approximate height of 3,340 meters, it is the second tallest volcano in Costa Rica and shares the same base with the Irazú Volcano – often identified as twin volcanoes. There are three well-defined craters and others that have been disfigured by volcanic activity. Turrialba Volcano is currently active with discharges of gases and water vapour with sulphur deposits. Visitor services include trails and several natural viewpoints.