Poás volcano/costa rica national parkPoás Volcano National Park is a favorite tourist and Costa Ricans’ destination. Poás is an active volcano (2,700 meters) and the largest active crater in the world (1,6 km wide). It is recommended to stay maximum 20 minutes in this area because of the sulfuric acid. Most of the time covered by clouds. But we were lucky. The weather was great and we could see it perfectly.sweatshirt/ hiking pants/ Currently Wearing / Fashion BlogPoas Volcano / Costa Rica / Currently Wearing / Fashion BlogPoás Volcano / Costa Rica / Currently Wearing / Fashion BlogPoas Volcano / Costa Rica / Currently Wearing / Fashion Blog

And as we were in such good spirits, we decided to hike to a nearby lagoon. It took us 1,5 hour instead of 50 minutes as we were juggling a stroller and two kids. Alex’s friends who took us there have a 2,5 year old daughter. We learned our lesson- next time we will bring our Baby Bjorn. It much easier to carry Chloe-Sofia on our back in it. Poás volcano lagoon nation park/costa ricasweatshirt/ hiking pants/ Currently Wearing / Fashion Blogsweatshirt/ hiking pants/ Currently Wearing / Fashion Blogsweatshirt/ hiking pants/ Currently Wearing / Fashion BlogPoas Volcano / Costa Rica / Currently Wearing / Fashion Blog

Chloe-Sofia was not very happy- she is jealous when I pay attention to other children.

sweatshirt/ hiking pants/ Currently Wearing / Fashion Blogsweatshirt/ hiking pants/ Currently Wearing / Fashion BlogPoas Volcano / Costa Rica / Currently Wearing / Fashion BlogPoas Volcano / Costa Rica / Currently Wearing / Fashion Blog We had an amazing lunch in Chubascos, lovely restaurant under Poás volcano that served traditional Costa Rican food. If you want to show your solidarity, you can pay a cup of  coffee in advance. It means that someone who can not afford to buy it can come and get it for free. Isn’t it a nice initiative? And do you know where its name comes from? Chubasco is a violent rain that comes in the afternoon during rainy season.

It is not rainy season in Costa Rica now but as Alex’s friend said, weather is a bit crazy and unpredictable. Which is interesting because I expected the weather to be hot but, for example, the night that we arrived was so cold that I could hardly sleep. I am just too used to central heating which does not exist in Costa Rica as the temperature never drops so drastically.


OUTFIT:

Women’s Conspiracy™ IV Outdry Trail Shoe (c/o) and Women’s Silver Ridge™ Convertible Pant (c/o) from Columbia, Globus t-shirt (similar from LAmade), straw hat (alternative BP. Rope Bow straw look hat), Cerjo sunglasses (c/o) (love these Ray-Ban shades as well), WeWOOD wooden watch.

Photos by Alexander Ramp.


 

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This is such a fantastic adventure! The volcano is sooo stunning! It’s good to know that the hike isn’t too difficult and that you can bring your kids along.

– Gretch of GG Memochou

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Thank you so much, Gretch. Big hugs

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What an awesome place to visit! Love your photos! =)

– Cielo
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Wow! What an incredible site to see

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What a fantastic trip! Thanks for sharing your experience!

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Meredith

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What a great experience!! Beautiful pictures 🙂
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Gorgeous!!

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This looks absolutely amazing!! I love all your photos and I would love visit here one day!! Gorgeous babe!! xxx Ash http://www.missgunner.com

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Wow! These photos are beautiful! So glad you had a good time in Costa Rica! And how cool is the buying the coffee in advance idea? I love that!

~Lindsey
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Looks like a fun and incredible experience! Thanks so much for sharing this!

Tina
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Thank you, Tina. It truly was incredible. Hope you are having a great weekend! XO

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Great post! Thanks for sharing!

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Wow! It feels like an amazing experience ♥ love the pics

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Thank you so much, Jen! XO

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It looks incredible~

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It is truly gorgeous, Vivian😘

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Amazing place!!!

I was in Nicaragua a few months ago and visited the Masaya Volcano and it was breath taking!!!

Love your blog <3 <3 <3

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Thank you, Fabiana! Have a great weekend. XO

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nice post and photos 🙂

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Thank you, Tijana!XO

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This place is absolutely stunning! Great post and amazing picture!

XoXo,

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Thank you, Tamara! XO

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This place looks amazing!
Thanks for sharing
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Thank you, Christine! XO

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Wow! I have sincerely ‘travelled’ to Costa Rica through your memories . Thank you Mi for sharing paradise
Muchas gracias

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Thank you so much, Mo! Hugs

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This looks amazing, great photos!

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Thank you, Katherine. XO

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I went to Costa Rica on my honeymoon and loved it so much. Did not see this volcano but wish we would of. This place looks amazing! Love the coffee idea and your cute hiking look. Thanks for sharing Miri!

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It is good to know that you have already visited Costa Rica and loved it, Kathrine. You should come back. It is such a beautiful country! XO

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Wow! This is so cool! This is definitely a place I’d enjoy going. Happy Friday!

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I am sure you would love Costa Rica, sweetie! Happy weekend. XO

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