Siatami Lodge

Cahuita National Park, Cahuita, Province of Limon, Costa Rica | Campground
 

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Tested in Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by cathonaventure

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... Their bikes are sexier, but ours are the old boys, tried and true.

Tried? True?—before we even set off for the day, Ed’s rear tire was flat. It took a while to find the hole and patch it—the culprit was a piece of tiny metal staple like one we removed from Frank’s tire on Ometepe. While I was getting my hands dirty and we had a sink, I decided I might as well find and fix the slow leak in the front tire as well. ...

Way down south on the Caribbean

A travel blog entry by andreatravels

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... were all fascinated by the tramway that uses mules to pull the 80-lb banana bunches from the fields to the processing area. I've never tried inserting a video in the blog before, so I hope it works! Just click on the photo and it should come up in another window.




The first thing you learn about a banana plant is that it's not a tree, it's an herb. You ...

Cruising the Carribean Coast starting with Cahuita

A travel blog entry by danielle.bajada

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... feel like your in Jamaica. The vibe of the town is so chilled occupied with many Jamaicans, the food is to die for, some of the best we've had so far the rice and beans are amazing with coconut milk, the fried banana's and jerk chicken, I was in foodie heaven!

On the first day we visited the Sloth Sanctuary which is the only of it's kind in the world. This is run by an ...

Cahuita

A travel blog entry by aparanjpe

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... is to release animals into the wild. We also saw several species of snakes.
That afternoon we headed into town where we walked around. There are all types of restaurants, shops and other collections. We also went to the black sand beach, which is made from volcanic rock.
Today we will hopefully go to the sloth sanctuary, and hang around on the beach.
On Friday, Kieran wasn't feeling well, so we just hung around in the pool.

Bye for now,
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The day I finally went to Cahuita Park

A travel blog entry by blondesontour

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I played the BEST game last night when I wanted to go to bed. It involved a torch and clapping and banging. Basically I had about 1 million mosquitoes in my room, I wish I was exaggerating. So I was attempting to at least cull their numbers, I think I managed to kill about 20. That seems a lot but honestly there were more left, and that was a feat in itself because they were SO fast. I also had ...

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This campground, located on Cahuita National Park, Cahuita, is near Tortuguero National Park (Parque Nacional Tortuguero).
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