Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp

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

      First day in the Pacific

      A travel blog entry by richard.boase on Jan 28, 2015

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... which was a shirt song and dance routine.They were followed by 'Alesia and Massimo' and their 'Incanto' show. This was described as "a touching and unforgettable show that is like no other which has the audience on the edge of their seats. I thought it would be some sort of Latin dance routine, but they were highly entertaining acrobats hanging from each other and from curtains suspended from the theatre rafters. Some of the movements Alesia was doing barely seemed ...

      Bahia Drake snoozes the day away

      A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Feb 22, 2014

      48 photos

      ... entry stamp into Panama. Once off the bus in the very busy border area we realised there are no signs at all and there is even a department store with doors into both countries – very confusing.



      Eventually we located the CR Exit Counter, only a couple of hundred feet back from the border but because of the cases we had to go and acquire the stamps one at a time to avoid carrying the bags. After that someone magically popped up (honestly, he had been sitting ...

      Listen to your body - stop

      A travel blog entry by maldo421 on Jul 27, 2013

      3 comments, 7 photos

      "Listen to your body - stop." This was the most important of many lessons experienced this week.

      First, thank you to all my readers, supporters, and warriors in prayer. After acknowledging the emotional roller-coaster as an attack powered by the enemy, I was able to overcome and grow from it. Thank YOU.

      The week started off with two days of rewarding work on the farm. Cleaning up overgrown garden beds (leadership focus ...

      Ziplining across primary and secondary forests!

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Apr 30, 2013

      13 photos

      ... it was just the two of us, there was no wait, and 1.5 hours flew by. At one point we could see the ocean. A downside was we saw 0 animals, not even birds! It wasn't a big deal since we had seen a ton yesterday, but I was hoping for some close encounters with animals.

      Mom absolutely loved ziplining and said it was worth every penny. She also wants to try bungee jumping now (!!).

      Afterwards, we indulged in ice ...

      To go where no Northern girl has gone before....

      A travel blog entry by soul11 on Oct 27, 2011

      52 photos

      ... remotest region. Did I mention that it was the rainy season? and that October is the rainiest month of the rainy season? Let me be the first to say that if you've never experienced rainy season in a tropical country, there is just no way to prepare yourself for it, literally and figuratively. And believe me, I was not prepared, in fact, I was underprepared and overwhelmed in a short period of time. I'll write more about this a little later... Pura ...