El Sano Banano Village Hotel

Address: Main Road - Town Center, Montezuma, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Main Road - Town Center, Montezuma.
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    Travel Blogs from Montezuma

    Hippie haze

    A travel blog entry by sigourneys on Feb 23, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... and sand! We went back for dinner and drinks and walking on the beach at sunset. (Life's tough) The following days were spent at the waterfalls, climbing the wild path up the edge of the mountain to get to the higher ones where we could cliff jump and swim or hours. We saw the most incredible fire dancing street performance on our second night and tried some delicious curry made by our hippie friends. Lounged in the hammocks at ...

    Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by hkcrosby on May 09, 2014

    1 comment

    We arrived in Costa Rica into the capital San Jose. We had planned not to stay here because people told us its just another big city, but were too late to travel on. It was quite nice had a nice feel to it, its weird in Central america a lot of the countries have a small population (Costa Rica is 4 million and something), so even the main citys feel small and not daunting.
    Anyway we headed to a place in the mountains which is surrounded but jungle and national parks, Monteverde. ...

    Letters Home Costa Rica 2014

    A travel blog entry by crashvic37 on Feb 16, 2014

    12 photos

    ... These trees have a bark of strong, pointy thorns that give the monkeys some protection from predators. While they were entertaining us, the electric power went off. Power outages are frequent here, especially in these remote areas. Typically, they last an hour or 2; all part of the experience. We needed to make a trip to Montezuma, the larger of the towns in this area, made up of a small grocery store, a multitude of bars, a few hotels and restaurants, an several tour sellers, ...

    Montezuma & Santa Teresa- surf towns in the South!

    A travel blog entry by m_and_m_time on Sep 12, 2013

    16 photos

    ... like a good idea for a beginner surfer (Mac). So we are hoping we can find another spot to try surfing further up the Costa Rican coast, or in one of the other countries we are yet to visit.

    We also had the opportunity to witness some fantastic Costa Rican celebrations as we were in Santa Teresa during Costa Rican Independence Day. There was a special parade with lots of creative lanterns that the local kids made, scary ...

    Ziplining in Montezuma, Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by dreams2reality on Apr 06, 2013

    20 photos

    ... around the Lake Nokomis area! It is shocking how many people I've met on my travels that have been from Minnesota.
    After arriving at the starting point for our zip-line tour, we were introduced to our guides and then outfitted in our harnesses and safety equipment. I was pretty excited to zip-line as it was one of the items I had on my "bucket list" for my Central America trip. Our group consisted of eleven people total. There ...