Amaya Family Cabins

Address: Drake Bay, Osa, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Campground
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This campground is located in Drake Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Drake Bay

Bahia Drake snoozes the day away

A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Feb 22, 2014

48 photos

... waiting for it to cool down a little before starting. They had been supplied with bikes but only 2 bikes, and there were 3 of them, and the rocky, up hill, potholed road was almost impossible to ride on, so they stuck to walking.



Then there is Gringo Karl's bar. Karl was in banking but decided to change his life completely (about the time of the crash) and came to Drake as there is no bank or ATM. His bar looks out over a small valley to higher land and as he ...

Snorkeling in Cano Island

A travel blog entry by sojanet on May 01, 2013

7 photos

... We were going to stay one more day in Drake Bay, but it's wayy too hot (95 degrees during the day!), so we decided to peace out early as much as we love this place. Karolina is awesome and arranged a collective taxi from Sierpe to Palmar for $5/pp AND got the driver to get us bus tickets to San Jose for no extra charge! I can't believe we paid $16 for taxi from Palmar to Sierpe (arranged by Juan...) and the guidebook says $20-25! Thank ...

Outbreak Monkeys and Weak Handshakes

A travel blog entry by cookcorn on Apr 18, 2013

14 photos

... get out again by road. During the main wet season (May onwards) many of the local sand roads are washed away and become impassable.

Last night we headed out on yet another night walk – this time with Drake Bay’s ‘famous‘ Bug Lady. Compared to the other night walks we’ve done it was somewhat disappointing – but that is the nature of wildlife and it’s been too dry apparently – we did see some cool ...

Where the Jungle meets the Ocean

A travel blog entry by kingy2 on Mar 28, 2013

4 comments, 5 photos

... be ok with 15Kg's each, however, it 15lbs each, we're now looking at what we can throw away, size restrictions are fairly tight as well so we could have a bit of a problem. Breakfast, followed by a hobble to the jungle river, didn't go quite as well as planned as it needed a bit of mountaineering to actually get to the river. The beaten track went from bad to worse so we decided to give up and went back to the main beach for a dip. As its our last full day in CR we've made the most ...

Cabinas Tropicales and Captain Mark Corn

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Feb 13, 2013

51 photos

... but like most places we stay at in Puerto Jimenez there are no mosquito nets so take precautions accordingly. Dengue Fever is a serious threat that is spreading worldwide because travelers fail to apply repellant, get bit and show symptoms one to two weeks later which are often not identified as Dengue, and take it back to their home country where local mosquitos can spread it. See CDC on the web for more info.

Don't let this scare you away from ...