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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... pools of all different temperatures so we tested a few out before deciding that the pool that had the bar in the middle was probably the best of them all and we hung out there for most of the night. We hadn't eaten a meal since 10am after canyoneering and were starving. There was also a few water slides which were pretty fun and fast to keep us entertained until supper. A three course meal was included so I had a taco salad to start followed by a steak that ...
... 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 ...
... a single cloud in the cloud forest. Your guide should carry a single telescope and be an expert at spotting rare birds hidden in the dense rainforest. This should include both a female and male quetzal (male with the extra impressive long feathers sticking out of the tail section). He should then lead you through the first generation forest pointing out other birds, interesting trees and waterfalls. The trees include a ficus tree, that grows from the ...
What a busy day! We awoke to heavy thunderheads in the sky, but headed out on our kayak tour of Lake Arenal in spite of the weather. After a brief safety demonstration, each of us was issued a paddle and a life vest, then assigned to a tandem sea kayak (you sit on top, not inside). Hannah Abbott and Danielle paired up, followed by Hannah and her sister Abbi, Van and his sister Savannah, and Sean and I shared a kayak as well. ...