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

Day hike to Rio Claro with a boat ride home

A travel blog entry by kthagan on Mar 14, 2015

19 photos

... play before dinner.
-has been an active n fun day. so far CR has definitely delivered on fun activities, friendly people n yummy food. Next two days have more activities ahead!

Jungle Trekking and arriving in Jaco

A travel blog entry by jaimemarissacr on Sep 24, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... our credit cards arrive we are going to go do some group and private lessons to brush up. Also, one of the tour guides who we befriended lives in Jaco, and he's coming back into town later this week. Hopefully he can introduce us to some new friends with whom we can converse. We plan to do some more excursioning in the weeks to come, but for today PIZZA is on the agenda. We've been so good about not spending money (partially because we don't have our money) ...

All junglist massive!

A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed on Jan 30, 2014

4 comments, 24 photos

After a fair bit of transit getting over the border from Panama and an early morning boat ride across the Golfo Dulce to Puerto Jimenez we were finally into Costa Rica proper. You could tell because in just one tree at the edge of the football field there was one black iguana and one scarlet macaw, only a few branches apart... and we weren't even in the jungle yet! Actually at 8.30 in the morning it was already scaldingly hot, so we were quite looking forward to getting ...

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 ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by andysprout on Apr 20, 2013

5 photos

... d got on her forehead and it had swelled up to about 3in diameter and really deep too, so had to take antibiotics to get rid of it. We havent been bitten nearly as bad as we expected probably because bugs are asphyxiated within 1 foot of us by all the spray we ritually cover up with every few hours. I found 2 ticks and Jean had one but thats not bad. our guide continually picked them off himself which is the price you pay for being in front as they drop on ...