Hotel Arenal Jireh
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Arenal Jireh La Fortuna
we stayed 2 nights at low season, so they gave us a discount without any questions. the hotel was very empty. but all the staff did a good job being helpfull. the room was very clean, but only during and after a heavy rainshower we had some water on the bottom in our room.
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... fork where we see the cloud reserve forest sign and then a nothing road. Thinking we don't head up towards the forest, we head down the other road and get a few 100m before realising it seems to be going nowhere. But we run into an American who tells us we are going nowhere down this road and the hummingbird place is at the butterfly place, which was not far from our hostel. We were pretty certain he may be mistaken, but a few hours had gone by, ...
... we take a dip in the warm waters which apparently is very good for your skin. ;)
That same night we decided to go on an evening walking tour because I couldn't wait to see the colourful frogs that Costa Rica is famous for! It gets dark really early here so the tour starts at 6pm. It was a little scary at first for me because it's pitch black and all you have is a small torch and you walk along a ...
... sufficient weight behind him and came flying in testing the brake man's skills.
Later in the afternoon we took a walk on the Ficus trail, a free walk to see some very unusual trees. It was a steep walk up a dirt road before taking a path into a forest overlooking the town. The trees were very cool and almost looked man made for a movie set. It was like they were 'hugging trees' that were left standing after the host tree ...
... and McDonalds. The hotel and restaurant above has a tree growing up through it! The Monteverde district sits at about 4500 ft. altitude and has some 4-5000 people spread around Santa Elena and three or four other little villages. The geography can be a little confusing with provinces, districts, counties and cities that all seem to blend into one another. And your postal address could be "150 ...