Turrialba Volcano National Park
|Turrialba Volcano National Park|
|Area||~3,900 acres (16 km²)|
|Established||30 July 1955|
|Governing body||National System of Conservation Areas (SINAC)|
Turrialba Volcano National Park, or in Spanish the Parque Nacional Volcan Turrialba is a National Park in the Central Volcanic Conservation Area of Costa Rica that encompasses the area around the Turrialba Volcano in Cartago Province. The volcano is still active although the last major eruptions were between 1864 and 1868, more recently the main vulcanism is limited to sulfuric steam and vapors and fumarole activity.
- Turrialba Volcano National Park at Costa Rica National Parks
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