Apartotel Obelisco

Address: Residencial Bosques de Doña Rosa, San Antonio De Belen, Province of Heredia, Costa Rica | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Residencial Bosques de Doña Rosa, San Antonio De Belen.
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      Travel Blogs from San Antonio De Belen

      First day at Camp

      A travel blog entry by joshtollman on Jun 03, 2014

      Woke up and got the bus to the centre of San Jose. We then got the bus to Nicora and then Samara. The bus broke down. It was hot and sweaty l. Stopped off and had lunch and then when we got to Samara we room the taxi to the place. Got a tour and a briefing. Met everyone. Went in the sea and was taught how to dig a turtle nest. A hole up to your elbow and then round at the bottom. Then ...

      Completing the circle in Costa Rica

      A travel blog entry by swanning_around on May 29, 2014

      31 photos

      ... we walked 3 hours, picked up lots of information from our guide and managed to see 2 new birds on our own.





      On the way up the hill Miguel, the guide, picked up two stones and started hitting them together twice to make a clicking noise, waited a few seconds and repeated the 'clicks'. He was trying to attract the White Collared Manakin but as people were noisy they didn't come. When we returned through the same area on our own we tried the stone strategy. ...

      Welcome to the Jungle

      A travel blog entry by rhea_ on Jul 17, 2013

      41 photos

      ... didnt see any further animals in this part of the jungle, but we got to walk for about 3 hours and see many different types of trees - the jungle really was beautiful. Robbie was especially pleased that we had trekked through the jungle and he still hadnt seen any snakes - they obviously felt his negative vibes towards them.

      After the walk, we got back into the boat and headed to some smaller rivers to see some wildlife around these parts. We saw lots ...

      Poas Volcano

      A travel blog entry by tlvice on Mar 13, 2013

      29 photos

      ... with a very colorfully painted cart and two large oxen.

      The buses pulled over at the coffee estate and let everyone out. We had parked in front of a small building that served as a coffee bar and gift shop. The name of it was La Casa del Caf la Luisa. Below and behind the building were the fields of coffee plants. To me, the plants looked like small, full trees. Most of them seemed to be seven or eight feet ...

      Costa Rica - Part 3

      A travel blog entry by dragonadventure on Dec 19, 2012

      8 photos

      ... and quick shower and change for an early dinner at 6pm as we were booked onto the night time hike at 6:30. Our guide Alejandro met us with a German volunteer called Jessica. We first took a look at the frog pond. Waiting for us there was a ******* lizard and our first jungle frog -the red-eyed tree frog. We walked over a long and very bouncy suspension bridge into the jungle. All of us had torches as it was pitch black. After walking for about 45 minutes, Alejandro stopped ...