Hacienda Pozo Azul
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHacienda Pozo Azul Sarapiqui
Two hour long trip down the river. It rained the entire time but was a blast.
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Went white water rafting today. Had to take the scenic route due to a landslide blocking the road. Two hours longer but worth it. Rafting photos to come.
... off on our rainforest walk, crossing several of Costa Rica's famous hanging footbridges. These are a little disorienting at first but a lot of fun once you get used to them.
Along the trail we spotted plenty of wildlife, including my first glimpse of a great curassow which looks like a large turkey having a bad hair day. We ...
... of the jungle tours we could do. We were happy that the tour was what we wanted (having researched it beforehand) but held off booking it immediately to have a look at the other offers. We had pretty much decided to book with Nena Lodge when two European girls approached us in the street asking if we had booked a tour yet. We told them about our intended tour with Nena and it was decided that they would come along too in order to make the trip cheaper for ...
... garden was very interesting. We not only got to see snakes, but they had a long greenhouse with jungle plants. If you looked around closely you could see tiny poison dart frogs, no bigger than an inch. Poison dart frogs aren't fatal to humans, but if an animal touched the frog, it would die. In the next greenhouse, we saw a whole bunch of animals. We saw crocodiles, turtles and iguanas. We then saw over 15 species of snakes, both native and ...
... We had quite a selection including pizza, bean dip and tortilla chips, fresh tomatoes, pork ribs (BBQ), and of course red wine.
After the good and relaxing lunch we started for the first of five waterfalls. It was a beautiful stroll down several stone stairs. It had stopped raining while we ate lunch, so the walking was a little easier. We finally made it to a bridge from which one could look upstream ...