Albergue Isla Verde

Address: Barrio San Bosco, Puerto Limon, Province of Limon, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Barrio San Bosco, Puerto Limon.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Limon

Costa Rica - The Nasty Side

A travel blog entry by wasagadave on Nov 25, 2014

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We cannot judge Costa Rica by Puerto Limon. It appeared so unpleasant that I didn't bother to walk beyond the security of the port area gate. Did make it to the vendors' stalls set up in the terminal building within the port area, but that held little interest for me. Friends who have traveled the country have told us the Atlantic coast is almost a different country from the north (Pacific) side. I hope that is true.

The ship took the opportunity to test ...

The Costa Living

A travel blog entry by andrewjerome on Nov 16, 2014

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... at Puerto Limon, there was not a lot to see, although I noticed there were a lot of properties with razor wire on top! Our bus driver was not in a hurry to get anywhere, but we finally arrived at the Tortuguero National Park.

Our guide Freddy is a lot better than yesterday's guide, as he is a native Costa Rican. One thing that is really obvious about this place is how amazingly green and lush it is. Our first part of the trip was a cruise down the ...

Costa Rica Rain Forest

A travel blog entry by linda.webb on Nov 14, 2014

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We took the excursion tour to the Veragua Rainforest Research Center. It was a rainy day, but the hour long bus ride provided us an opportunity to see a bit of the area. There are a lot of banana plantations here. We could see the green wraps around the bananas which are used to protect the fruit from insects and birds. The Costa Rica pacific side is quite green; lots of rivers flowing into the Pacific. I can see why Costa Rica also has some of the best whitewater rafting in ...

Whitewater rafting

A travel blog entry by sallyjpatten on Oct 03, 2014

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... boat and getting everything organised. Now we are off.... It takes all of about 3 seconds to get totally saturated. But with the sun beating down, the water is actually quite refreshing. After a few instructions, off we go down the river. Like everywhere else in Costa Rica, the scenery is amazing and I can't stop looking around trying to memorize it all. We stop every now and then and Manuel tells me about the history of the Pacuare River, the different types of trees and animals ...

6: Costa Rica - the rich coast

A travel blog entry by adayintheworld on Aug 07, 2014

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... it was light outside and at 5.30 I began by boating adventure with a very nice American German family of 4, who kept lending me their binoculars. We were lead by our local guide and luckily the males were favoured to do the paddling so he, the dad of the family and the 13 year old son paddled for us ladies. After this early morning, I packed up my things and got the 2pm shuttle to San Jose, as the next day I was to get the local bus to Manuel Antonio to see my old college friend ...

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