El Remanso Lodge
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Into the Wild
While in the Osa Peninsula, one simply must do a guided tour in Corcovado National Park, the last great original tract of tropical rainforest in Pacific Central America. After about an hour boat ride we get to the entrance. Armed with long pants, a long sleeve shirt and an unlimited supply of bug spray, we head into the wild.
Javier is what I would call the ultimate boy scout; a ...
... I; crossing the two rivers en route we got soaked as the water was nearly waist deep, but we quickly dried off as we walked along the beach in the sun!
With the sun shining overhead it had turned into a really nice day so the walk along the beach was really pleasant. We climbed up on to the rocks at the end of the beach and spent a couple of hours looking at the sea ...
I got my stuff together, got the $8 cab to the bus station and then got my bus ticket, which also cost $8. I arrived 1 hr earlier and we started boarding the bus at 12.45 after the bags had been loaded on. I asked the driver to drop me off at my new hostel, following the advice of the receptionist in San Jose. The journey was only 4 hrs with a brief toilet/ snack stop.
Once in Manuel Antonio I found out that the Park will ...
... money (based on the fact I didn’t want to pay $4 for a small hostel beer, when I could probably get one from the shop for a dollar). I won’t bore you with the reasons and how everything’s worked out that I am, but I’m sure you can see that even though worrying about money, I’ m visiting some pretty incredible places.
I didn’t really need to be a 5th wheel, where one person considered me as invisible, and had no reason to ...
... southern Osa Peninsula heat.
By the way...Corcovado is a MUST SEE for everyone! I've never seen so many animals in the wild, in my life. Day trips are only $10 to enter, and an additional $18 or so for the transportation in and out of the park. If you have the time, I highly recommend doing at least one night in the park. You can start in Carate, and hike into Sirena Station, which is an all day hike, spend ...