Aguila de Osa Inn

Address: Drake Bay, Osa, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | 3 star hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Drake Bay

      Wet beach hike

      A travel blog entry by hils80 on Dec 05, 2014

      Woke up and raining - boo! So went back to bed and got up around 8, as Ivo knocked and said it had stopped raining. slowly got ready and set off around 9.30. We needed to make sure we got to boat point by 1 to get a boat back to drake bay. Meant to be 2.5 hour hike but we kept stopping to take photos and chilled on beach for a bit. We preferred it to Corcovado hike as was more of an adventure. Got a bit ratty with each other ...

      Jungle trekking at it's best

      A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Jul 16, 2014

      5 photos

      ... it.

      We kick off just after 6am with a goal to get to "Jungla del Jaguar". The trail is easy to follow as it runs parallel to the beach most of the way, meandering through forest patches, then back out onto the beach, then weaving it's way back under the trees. There are opportunities to spot more wildlife on this trail- we see howler monkeys, white faced capuchins, scarlet macaws, toucans, ...

      Tropical Abominable Snowman and shaking verandah.

      A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Feb 08, 2014

      35 photos

      ... br> photograph their faces as they are so high in the trees and very shy, turning away and hiding. Like the Koala in Australia, they eat leaves which provide little energy, so they move very slowly. In Spanish they are called 'Perezosas', meaning 'Lazies'. Why they have so much fur in the tropics is a mystery to me. They stay at the tops of trees eating for a week and then descend to the jungle floor only long enough to do a poo, which returns much of the nutrition they ...

      First Day on The Job

      A travel blog entry by tbcostarica2013 on Sep 30, 2013

      6 photos

      ... stack them near the houses we will be constructing. Even with 23 of us it takes some time to complete which we do with minimum scrapes and bruises with one black and blue pinky. (Chris)

      Our next job after a short break is to dig 28 holes, 1 foot diameter wide by about 4 feet deep with posthole diggers and assorted shovels. As we dig deeper into the soil the engineers decide, based on the ...

      A jungle tour of Corcovado National Park

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Apr 29, 2013

      15 photos

      ... br> Once we arrived at our entry point, Breyner distributed sack lunches and started leading the group along the beach. He would randomly dart into the forest to find animals or set up his tripod with binoculars for us to see. For the first hour or so, we only saw a herring and a boa constrictor (found by a guest while Breyner was making a futile effort to locate something).

      It definitely lifted our spirits when ...