Arenal Lodge Lake Wildlife
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Arenal Lodge Lake Wildlife La Fortuna
Travel Blogs from La Fortuna
... instant noodles for dinner that night in the hostel to compensate. I had chosen a hostel at the edge of town, a bit away from the tourist crowds, which was situated beside a pretty little river. After running a few errants in town and informing myself about the cost of renting a bicycle for the next day I retired to the hostel early where I spend the rest of the evening trying to sort out a few things for later on, a rafting trip later this week and a cruise to the Galapagos ...
... each other 's stories, to enjoy the work of each other, to appreciate. After work, we all went to a bat exhibit that was really amazing. The concern for the environment exudes through people's pores here. Such a blessing. We then went to an amazing Italian restaurant. Some of the best I've had outside of Italy. In little Monteverde Costa Rica. The food was truly out of this world, and we were all together and completely relaxed enjoying each ...
... and catch up with Sony, 6 Months and 6 Countries later! :)
Saw my first sloth of the holiday aswell – banging!
Then after that brief day, it was back on the road to a small marine park where I hoped to see some whales. I didn’t… and was largely lost most of the time I was there, with some old dear taking pity on me and driving back to the centre because I again fell asleep on the bus and missed my stops!
Even camping there proved to be pricey ...
... for everyone to laugh at. They also threw in a bit if a bonus at the end with a 25m Tarzan swing, similar to the canyon swing in New Zealand. Consisted if jumping off a ledge, free falling for about a second, then swinging out and back until they lowered you to the ground. Not quite a fun as the New Zealand one, but an adrenaline rush none the less! And a good way to end the canopy tour. Unfortunately, no animals or birds were spotted up in the canopies, but we were enjoying ...
A late provided lunch of tradtional fare (don't you love the plate ... a leaf on a wooden platter!) ended this most exciting day. By the way, it you didn't want "rice and beans" then the other option was "beans and rice"!