Celeste Mountain Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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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TripAdvisor Reviews Celeste Mountain Lodge Bijagua de Upala
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... Slide. I had already showered and was hoping to just get wet up to my neck. Ha. The Monkey Slide propelled me down at such a rate that I lost my hat, glasses, and bikini bottom upon entry into the lower pool. But it was FUN. I did it again. And the kids would do it about 500 times during our stay, including one time that rendered them temporarily immobile. Catherine somehow got "stuck" in the middle of the slide because she rode with the sticky side of the mat down, ...
... ups but our iPhones certainly did when pressed up against the viewfinder of the telescope. The colours of the feathers were so beautiful and we were in awe of everything we saw. Definitely recommend getting a guide, otherwise you may be hard pressed to see something, and definitely some silence goes a long way. Night time activities started off with a fun salsa lesson then dinner at a ...
... us into the center to wash our hands in order to do our volunteer work. We were afraid that this might entail mucking out cages or something equally gross. But it was preparing food (fruits and vegetables) to feed all the animals and then feeding them. It was so fun. We got to go into some of the bird cages and hand the food to the monkeys. When we were finished we washed up very sticky hands and went back to the van. It took us another ...
Thanks to our awesome guide, we had an incredible morning of trekking through the rain forest. We started our day with sightings of a wild pig and an ant eater up in a tree. Then, we saw lizards, monkeys, a poisonous snake, a poison dart frog, and lots of birds. Check out the pics and ...
... 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 ...