Hotel Le Bergerac
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... us the visit would take around 2.5 hours, so enjoy the sights and he would wait patiently in the car. We paid the fee and entered the park, which boasts an impressive animal sanctuary and a hike to three beautiful waterfalls.
Just after entering, we were greeted by a coati who sluggishly meandered across the pathway and into the bushes while we photographed him. We then entered the aviary, where a park attendant asked if we would like to hold ...
... banana plantations in Bocas del Toro and they are often referred to as " green gold". Also some of the largest rain forests in all of Central America are found around Bocas del Toro.
Upon arrival at Bocas Town airport we caught a taxi into town. We visited a local grocery store to pick up a few provisions and then caught a water taxi ...
... to protect the watershed they naturally created. However, come the 1980s tourism took hold of the area and now Monteverde resembles a european ski resort as it is almost entirely dominated by tourism and although a little soulless it is a town you can easily navigate for a walk and enjoy a good meal. An early start is required to have a chance of viewing the elusive inhabitants of the reserves and so to Curi-Cancha Reserve the tour went and guided by ...
After a rough travel day from Nicaragua to Costa Rica consisting of 3 hours in customs and a 12 hour total transit we finally arrived in Cartago at night time and were unaware of the beauty around us until morning. We stayed in a nice hotel located in a mountain valley with a beautiful view and actually set up our clinics at an open building owned by the hotel. The hotel was secluded and ...
... then Ralph appears and is very sorry and understands why we are not happy but we must e-mail David, who we gather is the owner, after much debate we have to leave it at that and get a cab to the bus station. The guide book describes Puerto Viejo as a hedonistic resort where you can marinate in beer, music and ganja, so it's no real surprise that we are now on the bus and it feels like we've stumbled onto a transfer bus for an 18- 30s holiday, we definitely push up the average age a ...