The Riverside Inn Boquete
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Boquete
... pursuits. So far, everyone is getting along more than alright as evidenced by the fact that we all thoroughly enjoy group dining. After a day exploring the Panama Canal and another trip to the old quarter (Casco Viejo), we caught a flight to David and then a van shuttle to Boquete. Boquete is in the cloud forest and since it has a perpetual springlike climate and plentiful clean water, it is a center for retiring expats from the U.S. We were able ...
... steep road up a valley and turned off to check out Cascada Tatica. Although a much shorter walk than the previous one, it was much more rewarding with a spectacular flow of water. The only down side was that there were boulders at the foot of the falls and a very shallow pool. At several waterfalls in Costa Rica it was possible to swim at the bottom of the falls, but at the time I had avoided that, as I was trying to keep a few grazes dry to allow them to heal as quickly ...
... the jeep has no power steering). In addition to be good to look at, he was very informative about flora, fauna, history and coffee, but I’m jumping ahead.
We showed up at the office at 8am to start our day. There were four of us in the jeep plus Jorge and we headed out. We followed the steep and winding roads to the peaks of the local mountains and enjoyed fantastic views plus a little waterfall – very cool. After about 2ish ...
... me, it's wet season here now, so the probability of cloud cover is high, even in the morning, and rain is even more probable. The possibility of being rained on as you climb a mountain, then waiting in sometimes zero degreesC and wind for a slim chance to see 2 oceans, is not very appealing. I've opted for an 8am start (should have been 7am, but was a bit slow on the get go) from Boquete side. From the Ranger Station, it took 5.5 hours ...
... Frog (8). We were also struck (sometimes literally) by the bugs in El Valle. There was a 12cm long grasshopper outside the kitchen one night, and some of the bugs flying around in the dorm were interesting, to say the least.
We stayed three nights and used our time well. We did a short walk in a reserve to a waterfall and did another short walk to see the square-trunked trees. Yes, the tree trunks really are very square. No ...