Cala Luna Boutique Hotel & Villas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCala Luna Boutique Hotel & Villas Tamarindo
Had a great three nights here. It was truly a paradise with several highlights including the manadatory sunset cocktails and tour of the grounds. Excellent dining. And Igor, otherwise known as the King, is the best canine guide that we have ever encountered. A dog with personality and more.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Cala Luna Boutique Hotel & Villas Tamarindo
Travel Blogs from Tamarindo
... going to release them that night, as there are less predators around. Costa Rica is beautiful & even with not feeling so great we have managed to see a wild three toed sloth, wild macaws flying over our heads, Jupiter during a full moon, a hermit crab without a home & awesome iguanas defending their tree & others digging in the sand to lay their eggs. Definitely a place that could do with more exploring on a bigger budget some ...
... at all!! We arrived in the room and I went to the toilet forgetting that you can't flush paper...n dropped the paper in! Then the toilet wouldn't flush!!!! N Dougie said we can't get maintenance cuz they will blame it on your paper! I had to stick my hand in and pull the paper out (I'm still using sanitiser to this minute) Dougie couldn't stand with laughter!!!! Turns out it was working, u just have to pull the handle very slowly!!!! We spend ...
... We spent 1.5 hours travelling up a river which runs from the beach up the middle of a national park. Our guide had eagle eyes at spotting birds and and even spotted an iguana in a tree 30 meters away. After this we were taken to an island inhabited by a family of 63 howler monkeys (and only one male!) we were able to get some great photos of the monkeys who were eating in the tree right above us! We then decided to book ...
... a shop in Coco's. My suitcase is seriously screwed and will not survive and airport let alone three weeks in central and south america. It has one wheel for a start. I was only planning on staying for a bit but ended up staying for a few hours chatting with her and her husband. They're really cool people! When I got back I helped Taylor run through her presentations for tomorrow and we went through all the demonstrations that we'd be doing in the pool. Back on the open ...
... the "Holiday" part of our trip.
One morning, my occasional but obligatory bird watching yielded a surprising find, a Blue Crowned Motmot. They're a little difficult to spot usually because of their camouflage but this one was perched in a sparsely leaved tree next to our room so it was easy to see this bird which we haven't seen before. It's an interesting looking bird with a beautiful owl like song, a very nice little fella he was (see pics).
This basically ...