Oasis on the Beach

Address: Apdo. 17, Golfito, Province of Puntarenas, 8201, Costa Rica | Campground
 
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This campground is located on Apdo. 17, Golfito.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Oasis on the Beach Golfito

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Golfito

Cake Day!

A travel blog entry by kate9miller on Nov 28, 2014

5 photos

... cakes!

Camp is so quiet and relaxing with everyone away for the weekend, it's really quite nice! Bea had brought us back ingredients and chocolate frosting from Puerto Jimenez to use, so we eagerly set to work making some chocolatey goodies! It was a bit of a challenge considering we don't have an oven, but luckily the stove top method we use for baking bread seemed to work for baking the cake ...

Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Aug 24, 2014

1 photo

... fellow raccoon came closer he snarled.
Many people have guides who come complete with a huge telescopic camera and a pair of binoculars, and any time they spot something, a whole hoard of tourists form a cluster around the guide and his (usually small) group.
After walking for 3 hrs and sweating quite a lot, I got the bus to Quepos. Though, the climate in Costa Rica is noticeably cooler than in Nicaragua and all ...

Costa Rica makes history!....¡Gracias a Dios!

A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Jun 29, 2014

1 comment, 71 photos

... sister, Veronica, (he has 13 siblings) just finished building a perfect little home that has bright blue, turquoise, purple and pink walls. She has two sweet daughters named Naidelyn and Darling. I love how they say Darling with their accents, she was laughing when I said her name because it sounds SO different. Darling is 13 and Naidelyn is 8. Naidelyn, Rhea Lynn, and I played Simon Says outside which she loved, and I showed her how I do it with my kiddos in ...

RAIN forest

A travel blog entry by bargreenwood on Nov 18, 2013

1 comment, 1 photo

... of the rainforest but in fact the damage had already been done in the 1940s when the forest was cleared for banana plantation but United Fruit Company in particular. It was only when bananas were shifted to the Caribbean Coast that oil palms were brought in. They are also much larger trees so capture more carbon than bananas (though obviously not as much as rain forest trees) and don't need fertilising etc as legumes are inter planted with the rows. There ...

The Yoga Of Learning

A travel blog entry by jord-travers on Jun 17, 2013

12 photos

... and growing food I volunteered for the Friday night harvest meal. Christie and I spent the afternoon getting dirty in the rain, picking vibrant fruits & veggies and flavourful herbs & spices. Chopping the leaves, shaving the spices and digging up the roots yourself provides a much different perspective for cooking and a greater connection to the food we eat. With the help of masterchef Rach and baker Blake I whipped up a succulent hibiscus, jicama, mustard green ...