The Necochea Inn

Dominical, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Dominical, is near Canopy Safari and La Playita.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Necochea Inn Dominical

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    Travel Blogs from Dominical

    7 Canadians take on White Water Rafting in CR

    A travel blog entry by gilmer on Feb 21, 2014

    12 photos

    ... since there are no streets signs in Costa Rica, we did get a little lost. Luckily, Joanne was able to ask two police officers for help. Although they did not speak English Joanne does not understand Spanish, they were able to direct us to the right place. I guess they understood a few words of English after all. :)

    Dominical is a small touristy village in Costa Rica. The roads are all dirt so it is quite dusty. It is a cute little village though.

    Monkeys, Casados and PURA VIDA

    A travel blog entry by muchachasontour on Nov 03, 2013

    5 photos

    ... of crafty raccoons.

    Our last night in Manuel was made special by new friends, a few beers, and a bonfire/bonty on the beach. Never have we seen such a beautiful clear sky full of so many stars. It was a romantic setting, enhanced by a twitchy, high, friendly man who pierced his own chin. He was taken aback by Amy's energy, convinced that she was in his head.

    We have written this blog whilst chilling in some hammocks in our hippie hostel ...

    And the Costa Rican Adventure continues...

    A travel blog entry by beyondtheborder on Jul 18, 2013

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... of us almost drowned (almost, real close almost). And we all survived. Around noon, called it quits as we were supposed to go on a tour to a waterfall, but unfortunately, that didn't happen, so we ended up relaxing and recovering for a few hours before our next sesh' of the day began at 2. That afternoon's session with the instructors (one being really good looking – may end up in a photo, if so, will point her out) was really productive, ...

    Day 3!!

    A travel blog entry by misterwilborn on Jun 09, 2013

    91 photos

    ... He is quite high up a tree, but Rigo gets a spotting scope on him so we can get a closer look. He is very cute and looks down at us frequently, almost as interested in us as we are in him. Olman explains to us that the sloth is very slow moving because in order to fuel his body properly on the leaves he eats, he has to eat for a majority of the day. The leaves do not provide much in the way of nutrition, so he moves slow and methodically.

    Onwards into the ...

    Leaving Las Olas....

    A travel blog entry by cookcorn on Apr 14, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... moved to the Caribbean coast. The refrigerated banana containers (complete with banana pictures) now stand as offices or workers accommodation in the palm oil plantations. Like SE Asia, these are African Oil Palms and given Costa Rica’s efforts in local, organic produce, eco-tourism and sustainability it seems very odd to see it. OK that’s it for the soapbox people – but do check your food labels :-D