Casa Luna Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The others went off canyoning and then me and sasha got picked up for our volcano walk. There was a few other people on the tour and the guide was well good. He was probably a few years older than me but just his enthusiasm was inspiring as he was so passionate about what he was talking about, just what you want. It had started raining but that really fine wet rain so wasn't too bad. The clouds had lowered so the view wasn't that great ...
... learning about the ecology of UGA. We had lunch and then off again for our sugar cane and coffee plantation field trip. The students were able to crush the sugar cane in an original Trapiche which is a manual machine that extracts the sugar water. Awesome experience. We went next to La Bella Finca Coffee plantation. This is by far the best coffee in the world. This single family grows all of ...
... Danilo. He was truly remarkable. You would have thought based on his knowledge and being fluent in Spanish and English he had a Masters or Phd…..nope 6th grade education. The highlight for me was all of the little things you wouldn’t notice unless you had a guide.
Critter wise, the Resplendent Quetzal is the bird everyone around the world comes here to see, and we did see it, both the male and the female. Although be ...
... short (and slow!) zip lines to give people a feel for what it involved, and give people an opportunity to back out then if they didn't want to continue on. No one in our group of 20 or so people chickened out, so it was on to the remaining six zip lines.
We were as high as 650 feet above the jungle floor, going over 40 miles per hour at times, on zip lines that were up to a half-mile long! It was truly an exciting experience which we all loved. For me, ...