Cabinas Los Almendros

Golfito, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Golfito

Birds, sloths and more

A travel blog entry by riege


Manual Antonio has fantastic white sandy beaches and we saw lots of different animals on our walk through the forest. The sunset and the happy hour, just brilliant.

Fancy A Challenge?! Do I Bollocks!

A travel blog entry by doove


... later, and said they were driving the 6 hours down to Corvocado – the national park I was heading to in the morning, so they gave me a ride down and saved me the joy of getting up at 5am and taking 3 buses :)

I was even prepared to overlook the fact that one of them wore socks and sandals together seriously, though I still couldn’t help but let out a little smirk!

So went down with the two Vincent’s and Nico, and couldn’t decide if ...

Friends come and go...

A travel blog entry by windstrutter


The difficulty anyone who travels knows, is that friends in the flesh are short lived. We met some italians here and exchanged information and charts,as they had come from Europe and the caribbean and we are travelling in the opposite direction. At the party on the dock the food was fab. I bought Dorado,we had steak and jerk chicken cooked by a couple we met that night . Iris is from Guyana and I told here ...

Cabinas Tropicales and Captain Mark Corn

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2


... but like most places we stay at in Puerto Jimenez there are no mosquito nets so take precautions accordingly. Dengue Fever is a serious threat that is spreading worldwide because travelers fail to apply repellant, get bit and show symptoms one to two weeks later which are often not identified as Dengue, and take it back to their home country where local mosquitos can spread it. See CDC on the web for more info.

Don't let this scare you away from ...

The Gardens and Rescue Center

A travel blog entry by dianesloan


... says!!!) we headed into the rainforest to see and learn about animal behavior, pat the monkeys, take a close look at the Tayra, the Sloths, the macaw, toucan, and javalenas. Most of these animals were in cages because for some reason or other they cannot be released into the wild again after their injuries. Carol is very dedicated to her animals and you can tell they all love her when she passes by their cages. Some of the animals played with ...


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