Amaya Family Cabins

Drake Bay, Osa, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Drake Bay

Tropical Abominable Snowman and shaking verandah.

A travel blog entry by swanning_around


... to the soil to be re-used.

We returned another day to the Park and spent 5 hours on the trails, spotting a few two- toed Sloths, smaller and lighter in colour than the three-toed, as well as Raccoons and numerous birds. To Jim's delight he managed to get a shot of the Sloth's face. He was so happy! Their faces are more interesting than cute, but the same could be said of many of us.

Manuel Antonio is the smallest of the National Parks ...

The many transfers to Drake Bay

A travel blog entry by sojanet


... 6, 2.5 hours), then hopped on a taxi to get to a dock in Sierpe, laid back town.

A boat leaves from Sierpe to Drake Bay twice a day, 11:30am and 2:30pm. It's a small motor boat that can fit maybe 12 people. With more than enough time to spare, we sat on the deck of Las Vegas Restaurant, sipping coffee along with a few other tourists, and looked over Rio Sierpe. Water plants and mangrove leaves floated down the ...

Where the Jungle meets the Ocean

A travel blog entry by kingy2


So got to the restaurant, the car is being picked up from here, so we hung around for a bit, nobody turned up so we took the sat nav into the bar and had a beer. Fortunately Deb wandered out as the guy from the car rental had a spare key and was about to drive off, Deb gives him the sat nav and he takes 'Jimmy' (i didn't name it, it's a Jimmy) off our hand. We had conflicting advice on weather to drive in Costa Rica or not but it was absolutely not a problem, I noticed Deb grabbing ...

A day to remember

A travel blog entry by ahlquist


... so far south in Costa Rica. Some excerpts from the tour books "Corcovado is unquestionably the most raw, challenging and rewarding park in Costa Rica. It truly is the mother of all parks. National Geographic has called it "the most biologically intense place on Earth in terms of biodiversity". Corcovado National Park contains approximately 140 species of mammals, 367 birds, 117 amphibians and reptiles, 40 types of freshwater fish, and it is estimated that there are some ...

My Birthday and Penultimate Week in Drake Bay

A travel blog entry by karen.toft


... again with his parents, which is when we saw the Tapir, Squirrel Monkeys and the Great Tinamou (big weird bird that makes ghostlike noises, I hear it all the time but hadn’t seen it so far).

The next day, Mark spotted a Sloth had come down a tree for a poo right next to a path. They only come down to poo about once a week and it’s really rare to see. Usually when you see a Sloth, it’s way up high in ...


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