Camino Verde Bed & Breakfast Monteverde
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This morning I awoke, just as every day here, to the sounds and smells of the rainforest, although today was a different morning. For the first day since we arrived, it was like everything was in perfect harmony; the intense humidity and blue skies among other things created the perfect combination for a relaxing day. Commercial Break : As I am …
... d look down at the ground and see my shadow and just smile because it was so awesome. After 2 more more cables, we were done with zip lining and then had the option to do the Tarzan swing. Of course I did it! So you had to walk out on a swinging bridge to this platform where these two guys strapped you in and pushed you up against he gate, said "Bend your knees!" and you were gone. It was crazy fun! It was like pure shock at first ...
... to Arenal Observatory Lodge in time for a 3:30pm jeep-boat-jeep back to Monteverde in time for dinner.
We met at the Monteverde reserve at 6:45am and began hiking about 30 minutes later. The trail for the first two hours was like a freeway. After making it to the refugio, a small structure where people and workers sometimes will stay the night, the trail began to narrow and the profile began to resemble the blade of a swede saw. Bennito our guide and Tim were ...
... smoothies. The next morning we went for a 7km walk to a waterfall and on the way stopped at a local river hangout. Here you could enjoy swimming in the fresh water, were the only way to get in was to swing out on a rope and drop in, great fun! The next 4km of the walk in the heat was very draining but after arriving at the waterfall we got to cool down in the extremely cold and very powerful pool and the base of the waterfall. We had ...
... them killer trees. The killer trees start out as small seeds and grow into vines. As the vines get larger they plant their roots right onto the already existing tree. As it gets larger, tree vines eventually make their way to the ground and set up shop for the long haul. As more vines grow they actually suffocate the original tree by cutting off its access to sunlight. After a hundred years or so, the epiphyte wins and the original tree dies and decays. The ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCamino Verde Bed & Breakfast Monteverde Santa Elena
I would never stay anywhere else! Best rooms, best people, best breakfast, best indoor balcony, best everything. If you stay here I don't know how you could be disappointed.
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