Kayak Lodge

Address: Calle Estero de Damas No. 80, Quepos, Province of Puntarenas, 6350, Costa Rica | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on Calle Estero de Damas No. 80, Quepos, is near Iguana Tours, Rancho Savegre, Rancho Los Tucanes, and Oceans Unlimited Scuba Diving.
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    Travel Blogs from Quepos

    Day 6: Quepos/Manuel Antonio

    A travel blog entry by stacyhanson on Jul 02, 2015

    11 photos

    ... of the fishing people hydrated and recovered Marcus and Michelle ran to the Super Josef to get some heavy snackers. They fixed up snacks and we ate and felt more normal so up to the pool.

    The hotel restaurant cooked up the fish we caught that day for our dinner. It was tasty! they did 3 fried and 3 steamed in foil packets with pineapple and other yummies.

    Then "home" to bed as getting up in the morning for the beach.

    Manuel Antonio National Park

    A travel blog entry by richard.boase on Feb 17, 2015

    16 photos

    ... courteous, on the road there seems to be quite a lot of pushing and shoving, but surprisingly little road rage. Cars pull out of junctions, barely slowing down and cutting in to the narrowest of gaps and this seems to be an accepted way of life and rarely appears to cause sounding of horns and waving of fists. We arrived at the National Park (officially a jungle) at around midday and Carlos walked us along the trail towards the beach. On the way he pointed ...

    Manuel Antonio

    A travel blog entry by rabube on Feb 06, 2015

    18 photos

    We were so sad to leave Drake Bay so thankfully the day we left it was raining. After an early start we caught an hour long water taxi up the Sierpe River with a lovely Dutch couple, Robbert and Leonieka who we met at our hostel. These water taxis try to cram as many people on as possible so I'm not sure any official health and safely regulations were being followed but hey we arrived safe and sound and really ...

    Happy, Happy Birthday

    A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Jan 24, 2015

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... starts to grow the ants cut it down, so the trees have no competition for space. At one point Erin found a long-billed hummingbird sitting on a nest. It was very high up which is unusual for a hummer. We did the Sendero Trail and a spur off of it beside the river and down to a bridge. At the bridge we saw a scarlet macas nest and then the macaw peeked out! We were all very hot and sweaty at this point. We headed back ...

    Introduction to the communities

    A travel blog entry by sallyjpatten on Sep 09, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... of rusty galvonised iron. A short walk to the school and you see the difference GVI has made, this is the only cement building in sight and it is all brightly painted with murals of the walls. The school is tiny. One classroom, one small sports slab with a broken basketball ring, a toilet block with three toilets (boys, girls and adults), a little kitchen and outdoor dining area for lunches and a tiny little room that GVI use (think half the size of when Dad was in that little ...