Celeste Mountain Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCeleste Mountain Lodge Bijagua de Upala
Very quite place - nice to watch birds. The owners do a really good job to keep the impacts on environment low.
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... of the best coffees in the world. The history of the Don Juan coffee plantation is closely related to the history of Monteverde. It stands for hard work and respect for nature.
We continued our journey and discovered a special 'Coffee-Lab' on the the way. A passionate coffee-lover welcomed us, ready to share his knowledge. While talking about the ...
... nice to have a small group. After going through a quick demo on how to use the quad, we were first taken around their small beginner course. The quads were pretty new and fully automatic so all you had to worry about was driving. The beginner course was super easy but it's their way of determining your competency before hitting much more exciting terrain. The next course our guide took us to was much more advanced and much more fun. After taking us around once we ...
... one I had met at my first visit here a
few weeks ago, I forgot his name, but he is a sweet black and white mutt. I
gave him a rub behind the ears and he settled in beside me on the floor. I
watched a Long-billed Hermit Humming bird come to the flowers around the porch
while parakeet flocks began to awake and chatter in the tree tops. The howler
monkey baritone was replaced by Tangers soprano song. The jungle was waking up!
Roosters began to crow in the ...
... br> up steep hills. It was stiflingly hot as the bus pulled out of Upala,
thankfully we gained altitude quickly and the air began to cool. The views along this drive are just amazing.
We climbed steadily and in no time could see far into Nicaragua. Miravalles Volcano grew larger as we approached
pulled into Aguas Claras and the bus quickly unloaded. I found a seat at the
crowded little bus station and waited for ...
... we replaced Deb P with a hitchhiker going to the same safari who turned out to be an Israeli national who was living in Boston while getting his Doctorate in Japanese Military Strategy, and was now taking a break to travel Costa Rica- perhaps the only country in the world without a military. As you might expect, conversations with our replacement travel companion were quirky with a healthy side of funny. The safari itself turned out ...