Alamar Aparthotel

Paseo de los Turistas, Puntarenas, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Puntarenas

Costa Rica's lush green landscape!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime


... in line at the gangway located on Deck 2, with thumbs up, I was the first one to disembark the ship once clearance was given by the local authorities! Yahhhhhh!

After finding our guide for the shore excursion "Costa Rica's Favorites", a motor coach was rapidly boarded and seat taken! As he spoke, it was quite obvious that he was knowledgeable and passionate ...

Jungle Safari

A travel blog entry by tofor85


... the sea, and a refreshing light sea breeze. The beach is nice enough, its not sand but brown dirt, but the swell and sway of the palm trees make it a pleasant sight. We wander the marketplace here, stopping in for a local beer at a cafe; Imperial, not bad at all. Its soon approaching midday, so we return to the ship for a free lunch. By 12.30pm, we are meeting our group on the pier for an organized tour. Our tour for today is a Jungle ...

Bridge canopy walk

A travel blog entry by jones2000


... lots of plants and birds for us which we would never have seen. The highlight was hummingbirds - there are many different varieties here in Costa Rica and always so pretty and tiny. The bridges were 30-40 metres high and at times we were in the clouds which made it very wet and ...

Our Mangrove Forest Tour

A travel blog entry by onereddog


... but this guy was a monster! Maybe 700 pounds. We also saw turkey vultures, hawks and an assortment of other birds.
There were a few other tour boats and one of the younger guides got out of their boat, slapped the water, and the huge croc came out of the water and the guide fed him some fish! Not only was this pretty dangerous, but also highly illegal. We did get some great shots of this however.

Canopy or Cathedral ?

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2


... saying it was private so we headed up the hill.

There are quite a few large trees along the road but you can also see signs of possible development, ie, telephone poles placed in the ground.

We always go out in the early morning and as you get to the turnoff for this road, there is an incredibly cool breeze blowing off the stream that is at the bottom on the road once you turn onto it.

The road then goes uphill ...

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