Cabinas Guacamaya

Address: P.O.Box: 4-4417 , La Fortuna, Province of Alajuela, Costa Rica | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on P.O.Box: 4-4417 , La Fortuna, is near Doka Estate Coffee Tour.
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    Travel Blogs from La Fortuna

    La Fortuna, Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by twintravelca on Jul 29, 2015

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    ... we had gone for a swim in the waterfalls downstream calm waters! Having to walk back up to the top for our canyoneering transport, we faced 500 steps along with Costa Ricas newest jungle river... It did not stop raining and this walk up was a real challenge, with us not quite differentiating between sweat and rain! Once at the top we got in a taxi and were whisked off to a remote location further into the rainforest! We now understand why it is called a rainforest - ...

    Project Asis & Arenal Hot Springs

    A travel blog entry by zolina on Jan 21, 2015

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    ... help preserve endangered species and to educate the large majority of people that will never have the chance to see them in the wild. But after realizing how much it really harms animal populations to take them out of their natural environment, it made me lose all interest in ever visiting a zoo again.

    Back on the tour, we next visited two spider monkeys named Jessica and Hercules. Carlos explained how Costa Rica has four species of monkeys. Two of them, spider and ...

    Cerro Chato

    A travel blog entry by dc91 on Dec 22, 2014

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    ... climbed its "stumpy" neighbour (the "Chato" in Cerro Chato means short or stumpy). This was yet another steep and muddy hill climb for a couple of hours through dorm dense Costa Rican jungle, before emerging on the side of the extinct volcano crater, with active Arenal towering in the background, hidden among the clouds. We considered a dip in the waters, but declined, as we were ill prepared for the degree of mud ...

    Rain, rain, hurricane strength rain--Go Away!!

    A travel blog entry by fancythat on Jul 10, 2014

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    ... group did not know this and could not get internet to show the confirmation email. They finally got it 20 minutes later and immigration wanted a separate email for both rather than the one confirmation email sent- they are a couple!!??? Anyway...30 minutes later, a walk of a kilometer and we were on the road again! A smoother ride, then I remember, into the mountains and we arrived in Monteverde. 3 words describe ...

    Family stay!

    A travel blog entry by maya.sanden on Jun 25, 2014

    ... roads aren't all paved here, and the rain made the gravel muddy and slippery. Which was fine today when I had better shoes and no suitcase, but that very first climb was awkward. My host mom had a cold and just got off work, so we didn't talk much. Just 'are you tired?' 'How was your trip?' 'Want help with that?' (That last one she had to repeat 4 times). I'm not used to the non-USA accent. It's very different and very difficult. ...