Atlantida Lodge

Address: Cahuita, Province of Limon, Costa Rica | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in Cahuita, is near Tortuguero National Park (Parque Nacional Tortuguero).
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    Travel Blogs from Cahuita

    Way down south on the Caribbean

    A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Mar 09, 2014

    2 comments, 58 photos

    Leaving Cano Blanco, we retraced our bone-rattling journey over the dirt road and got on the highway to Limon, the big port on the Caribbean coast. Limon has been a big export center since the first railroads were built in the 19th century. In Limon we picked up the road through the banana plantations to our next destination, Cahuita.

    Drive to Cahuita, south east Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by ljmason_91 on Sep 10, 2014

    9 photos

    ... bright blue butterfly's, raccoons, plenty of big spiders and we saw massive native bees nests. Once we we're dropped off at the hostel we showered and changed for dinner a walked the short walk into the town for food. Just as we were about to set of the heavens opened and lasted most of the evening. While we were waiting ...

    Animal rescue centre and surfing

    A travel blog entry by vincethepince on May 08, 2014

    6 photos

    ... harder than it looks. We went for some food afterwards at a restaurant across from the beach. Although it looked like it was a bit pricy, when the food showed up we were very impressed with not only the portion size but also the quality. I had penne while Gina had a sandwich on fresh made flatbread. It was back in the water after lunch for more swimming in the huge waves at the surf beach. You could body surf all the way back into the shore but you had to be sure the wave ...

    Cara Vida, Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by findscore on Mar 05, 2013

    23 photos

    ... season), we were jolted into the lush, tropical, humid Caribbean coast! Not just the climate was different, the people were different, too. For a long time, this side of the country was completely isolated (no roads), and a huge migration of Afro-Caribe people from Jamaica and other islands in the 1800s joined the Bri Bri and Cabecar indigenas to form a distinctive Caribbean population. Walking around the streets of Viejo, we heard Spanish, but also a Creole fusion language ...

    Pierre, there and everywhere

    A travel blog entry by steve_julie on Dec 09, 2012

    22 photos

    ... from... and Julie does with zero hesitation. Ever since passing on the chance to make a similar leap from some rocks into the Kern river and another in Jamaica during a kayaking adventure she has been kicking herself. She need do so no longer.

    We make a final push to another pool, this time at the top of the falls. It's a precarious walk on a narrow trail that requires using the rocks, roots and trees to ascend. More swimming and jumping for ...