Golfito Sailfish Rancho

Golfito, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Friends come and go...

A travel blog entry by windstrutter


... also came over later to look at charts and discuss Mexico with me.
That evening we ahd a massive rain storm and today Tony had to reseal all the hatches that decided to leak.
We went into town and the panaderia (bakery) , had an empanada and CR coffee,then i had a coconut water from a stand in the street. We walked to a deserted hotel and found a swimming pool, hooray!
Barbara and Alesandro from ...

Corcovado or bust

A travel blog entry by cookcorn


... dangerous to try and get past. Generally the guide will make you wait until the tide drops back (you may have to wait and hour or two) but then it becomes a play off between getting past the cliffs and getting to Sirena before 5:30 when the light goes. There are pumas, jaguars and peccaries in the forest and you really don’t want to be out in their territory in the dark.

We saw a lot in the way of wildlife on the walk in (see photos). Nito was ...

Happy birthday!

A travel blog entry by cthetravellady


Happy birthday to Our Man.

Over breakfast, he opened presents. Pixie creatively wrapped hers in a tropical leaf. She had made him a birthday card from a leaf as well as the one she brought from Canada. Apparently we all were thinking along similar lines because he got lots of bathing suits and new undies for the tropics.

We usually ...

Golfo Dulce and Its Inhabitants

A travel blog entry by adventurehs


... artifacts (yes, Raymondo, our host, said that he and some university experts are trying to prove that the Mayans made their way all the way down here in time. We found a couple pieces of pottery in the river bed, and got to imagine that much of this land is unchanged from when the Mayans (or whoever) were here so long ago. This primary rain forest that now borders Piedras Blancas National Park is full of kirsaos, screaming scarlet macaws, monkeys ...


A travel blog entry by ahlquist


... nor sterile resorts in un-touristy Zancudo Beach. Rather, in a beautiful natural setting, you will find friendly Ticos and a cast of colorful characters. Relax and immerse yourself in the REAL Costa Rica.”

And, again, I quote, “Nestled between the Osa Peninsula and Costa Rica’s south Pacific Coast is Golfo Dulce (Sweet Gulf), a large bay ringed by secluded beaches (Zancudo Beach) and the wonderful biodiversity of ...


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