Agua Luna

Address: Puerto Jimenez, Osa, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Puerto Jimenez, is near Cabo Matapalo Sportfishing.
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        Travel Blogs from Puerto Jimenez

        Scarlet Macaws Everywhere!

        A travel blog entry by wandering-again on Aug 06, 2015

        2 comments, 17 photos

        The Scarlet Macaw is one of the most beautiful members of the parrot family and one of the largest Neotropical parrots. With wide, strong wings and hollow bones to aid flight, they can reach speeds of up to 56km (35 miles) an hour. They have a strong, curved beak to crack hard nuts and seeds and a tongue that can hold onto the kernel to pull it from the shell. Males and females both look the same. They are monogamous, so are mainly ...

        Traveling Costa Rica on less than $20 per day.

        A travel blog entry by campbell-louw on Jul 22, 2015

        35 photos

        IN THIS BLOG: For years I have been hearing amazing stories about Costa Rica from live volcanoes to wild jungles in one of the most biodiverse countries in the world and this paradise is located next to a beautiful coast line.
        We had an unreal month exploring the unique cloud forests of Monteverde, the amazing coast around Montezuma where everything seems to be alive, the surf beaches of Jaco and Dominical, the plentiful wild life of Manuel ...

        Fiery bills and a nature walk

        A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Apr 14, 2015

        35 photos

        ... Were walking up the drive and all of a sudden there they were; the fiery billed aracari! Added treat was the discovery that one of the aracari was a young one. Evidently they were teaching it to fly or fend for itself. As usual there was a great deal of carrying on by the young one. Watched them until they moved out of our sight.

        Did not see many other birds during the rest of the walk but the fiery billed aracari sighting made our day.


        A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Feb 25, 2015

        ... taxi" jeep. This town is small. Population 3000. There doesn't look like much more than the busstop and the supermercado. The town we are heading to is even smaller. "Town" is probably the wrong word. There's about 200 people, and it is accesible via a very bumpy beat up road. Hence the jeep. It is an old gold mining place that in the boom years had about 3,000 people. That number has dwindled to 150.

        By the time we arrived it was already getting dark. ...

        The End of the Road

        A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Jan 27, 2015

        26 photos

        ... see the Golfo Dulce. It wasn't too long before the road got rougher and more hilly. We went over many one lane bridges with no guard rails. We also crossed four streams through the riverbed with water. When we drove into Laguna Vista Villas at noon, I knew it was a special place. I could see a green valley on one side and the ocean on the other. We drove up a very steep hill and got out. A young man named ...