No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Alamar Aparthotel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Alamar Aparthotel Puntarenas
Travel Blogs from Puntarenas
... Rica include gold mining, sugar, tobacco (cigars) and coffee.
We headed for the Upper Central a valley with an altitude of about 6000 feet above sea level - just perfect for the coffee production that occurs in this area. Coffee was introduced to Costa Rico in the 1770s, and first exported around the world in the 1820s.
The scenery outside our bus is tropical dry forest. This type of forest differs with others due to the prolific number ...
... they got closer and closer till one was just 2 feet above my head eating berries - got some great pictures and a video. After returning to camp, within 30 minutes, a troop of squirrel monkeys descended on the camp and an hour later some Spider monkeys. So what seemed like a quiet day actually turned into the best day of monkey watching. That's what's so great about this part of Costa Rica - you never know from one day to the next what you are going to ...
Went on our first photo walk this morning which is a slower walk to concentrate on taking more photos - hence the name. Took some good pictures of butterflies and some insects, but had less luck photographing the birds.
In the afternoon we meet the collective and helped to bring in the week's food supplies.
There are no surveys to do on Sundays so we have 'Dia Libre' where most people take the opportunity to go into town. Vicky, Alex, Jason and I caught the morning collectivo in to Puerto Jimenez, playing countless games of 'Who Am I' to keep us entertained.
In town we went to BM, the supermarket, to stock up on some camp supplies and treats. Next door was a smoothie/milkshake shop that had been ...
... that we could get a close look and a feel (depending on our courage). We shared his hands-on tour with a couple guys from Germany, who afterwards mentioned in passing that they'd missed seeing the area where a volcano had erupted. "Volcano?" "Ja, volcan, in Poas" they replied in accented English. And we are now in a tizzy - what if the ash reaches Pacuare River, where we go in 3 days? After returning to Cala Lodge, we looked up news articles ...