Finca Maresia

Camino a los Planes, Drake Bay, Osa, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | B&B
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This B&B is located on Camino a los Planes, Drake Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Drake Bay

    Bahia Drake, Marine Wildlife Safari & a "wedding".

    A travel blog entry by ptpattys_places on Feb 14, 2014

    38 photos

    ... Wildlife Safari where we hoped to see sea birds, dolphins and whales. We did see a lot of frigate birds, brown pelicans, brown boobies and 3 pods of dolphins but no whales. I can now add brown boobies to my life list. We spent about an hour on a beautiful sugary black sand beach in a bay backed by the jungle. We had fresh fruit treats and our guide found some fruit-nose bats in an old abandoned cabin. ...

    Tropical Abominable Snowman and shaking verandah.

    A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Feb 08, 2014

    35 photos

    ... night we removed about 30 before going to sleep. They started their march as soon as darkness fell and continued through the night. Jim insisted on putting the light on when he went to the bathroom as he didn't want to stand on them. It is amazing how quickly one adjusts to the unexpected.

    So after three days of relaxing by the beach we moved to Hacienda Baru. This is probably our favourite place so far. A man named Jack Ewing went to work on the ...

    The many transfers to Drake Bay

    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Apr 28, 2013

    7 photos

    ... far walk up and down the hills to the beach, something we dreaded after a hike.

    Juan, the owner of Finca Maresia, greeted us at the entrance and showed us around the scenic little village with cabins sprawled over lush hills overlooking jungleland. Our room was just as pictured on the website-- spacious and modern with comfortable beds and mosquito nets. Once we settled in, we went up to the main building so Juan ...

    Where the Jungle meets the Ocean

    A travel blog entry by kingy2 on Mar 28, 2013

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... not a beach, we were pleased he set off again. Conversations in Spanglish then ensued which ended with us paying for the trip, him backing the boat up to the beach saying he's never heard of our accommodation, then us paddling to shore with our luggage. We carted it up the beach and Debs plan was to sit in the shade and have a think, after a minute a local guy comes up and asks if we have accommodation, when Deb tells him we have he asks where're and Deb tells his, Mango Casita, ...

    Day 65-The Osa Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by millhousers on Mar 23, 2013

    58 photos

    ... is on the Pacific side of the peninsula and is only accessible by boat, plane or a 20 km hike (which needs to be timed with the tides). The park claims to hold 5% of biodiversity in the world, astonishing for an area about four times the size of Washington D.C.. Considered one of the remotest and wildest places in Costa Rica, all four species of monkeys, scarlet macaws, tapirs, and even jaguars make the jungle of Osa their home. We, on the other hand, made the lodge ...