Hotel Luna Llena

Address: Calle Real, Tamarindo, Province of Guanacaste, 5150, Costa Rica | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on Calle Real, Tamarindo, is near Boqueron, Cabo Rojo, Buye Beach, and Cabo Rojo National Wildlife Refuge.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Luna Llena Tamarindo

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Tamarindo

    Rain forest adventure

    A travel blog entry by beckiablaze on Jun 26, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... place with a lot of trickling water and chirping frogs. Mostly we drove through, which was a convenient and acceptable way to view the towering trees from the comfort of our seats.
    The first thing we found was La Coca Falls, which is a tall rock face covered with a thin sheet of water, right by the side of the road. This allowed us to get out, stretch our legs, and enjoy the beautiful weather. Down in San Juan the heat is oppressive, but in El Yunque, the bit ...

    Pura Vida in Tamarindo

    A travel blog entry by goodner on May 03, 2015

    2 comments, 185 photos

    ... group activity was "Snuba diving" for the kids and scuba diving for the adults, all four of whom are certified divers. Snuba is a form of surface-supplied diving in which an underwater breathing system is used. As in scuba diving, the diver uses fins, a diving mask, weights, and breathing regulator. The air, however, instead of coming from tanks strapped to the diver's back, comes through a long hose from a tank on a pontoon raft on the surface. Snuba divers can also only ...

    Pura Vida, Amor y Paz,...Es Verdad

    A travel blog entry by ljworldtrip on Feb 01, 2015

    142 photos

    ... and the next instructor would practice what we had learned that morning. Classes were conducted in Spanish only except for the occasions when we were completely lost and would say "Can I ask a question in English? Please!" During one class, a classmate even burst out with “That’s it, you f-ing lost me!” He said what most of us were thinking! I went from speaking no Spanish and understanding a little, to ...

    Ants and Spiders and Cockroaches - Oh My

    A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Feb 05, 2014

    14 photos

    ... roads and river crossings. Thank God for Julian's FJ Cruiser. A lot of cars and quads were stuck at river crossings and we were able to plow our way through them.

    The Montezuma waterfall was gorgeous. The water was refreshing. There was a local kid climbing up to ridiculous heights and diving off. It seemed like quite a popular spot. Montezuma was a lot busier than many of the other towns we had passed through. It ...


    A travel blog entry by muzbec on Nov 08, 2012

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... these funky surfer types. Guys with oversized hats with glistening golden stickers on the peaks. Height of fashion singlets and boardies. I felt like a total poofer with my half length speedo shorts because there’s a definite surfer culture, both foreign and local. There’s your older vacationing types as well. The rent-a-beachchair-and-haggle-for-a-coco nut types. We’re more the scabby backpacker type; laying out filthy sarongs over hot sand, squeezing the ...