Siatami Lodge

Address: Cahuita National Park, Cahuita, Province of Limon, Costa Rica | Campground
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This campground, located on Cahuita National Park, Cahuita, is near Tortuguero National Park (Parque Nacional Tortuguero).
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    Travel Blogs from Cahuita

    To the Caribbean: toucans and howler monkeys

    A travel blog entry by ctillery on Mar 31, 2015

    20 photos

    ... Easter) coming up, but then most people seem tolerant of the weak local drafts, Imperial and Pilsen. After spending some time by the pool, dinner was a short walk back down the dirt road to the Sobre las Olas, fresh seafood right on the beach with the waves washing up about 20 feet from our outdoor table. Great ending to a long day.

    We were awakened overnight by a torrential downpour (our first real rain since arriving in ...

    Cahuita National Park Bird Watching & Ocean Swim

    A travel blog entry by zolina on Jan 18, 2015

    29 photos

    ... Mom and I also saw a woodpecker while sitting and waiting for everyone.

    I will try not to just list all the birds we see in the blog. I’ll only mention the noteworthy ones. In this case the cool bird was the Purple-throated Fruit Crow. Not because it was spectacularly pretty or anything. It looked like a small crow. But it was the first time Rayner had seen it in two years. That means it’s a pretty rare sighting. Thus, the coolness.


    Toucan Rescue Ranch

    A travel blog entry by zolina on Jan 17, 2015

    33 photos

    ... the manual labor, but they weren’t very good at it. Then they brought in African slaves. So there is a high percentage of Africans and Chinese in the area. Ironically, the railroad is no longer used. There was an earthquake 10 – 20 years ago that severely damaged the railroad. And the government didn’t have a lot of money, so they just decided not to fix it. So now they use semi-trucks to transport all the containers.

    Speaking of damage, the roads in ...


    A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Mar 14, 2014

    43 photos

    ... first ever surf lesson on this stunning coastline of Costa Rica. Wow!! What a rush. My instructed Leo approached me with a big smile on his face, he could only speak very few words in English. He was 6.4 foot dark Costa Rican dude with an awesome afro. I couldn't help but smile. I was about to catch some waves (hopefully stand up) with a local guy in Costa Rica. Another happy in disbelief moment!!! Leo was so lovely and made the whole experience so much fun and ...

    Way down south on the Caribbean

    A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Mar 09, 2014

    2 comments, 58 photos

    ... consumers have a tendency to reject a whole bunch of bananas if even one of them has a bruise.

    Harvesting bananas is not for sissies--each bunch weighs 70-90 pounds and is lowered on to a pad on the worker's shoulder by gradually cutting down the plant. When I saw the pads I thought it was nice that they were cushioning the poor guy's ...