Golfito Sailfish Rancho

Golfito, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Golfito

Costa Rica makes history!....¡Gracias a Dios!

A travel blog entry by flyindandelion


... heart of any kid I’ve ever met. He told me all about the different kinds of fruit trees as we passed them and picked some Mamón for us. They remind me of Lychee, and I think are the same as the ones Josh and I ate in Vietnam except those were red. These are lime green balls with long yellow spikey hairs sticking out of them. They taste sweet and have the same giant seed that Lychee does, and they grow absolutely everywhere. Mom made an interesting comment on ...

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 ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by andysprout


... d got on her forehead and it had swelled up to about 3in diameter and really deep too, so had to take antibiotics to get rid of it. We havent been bitten nearly as bad as we expected probably because bugs are asphyxiated within 1 foot of us by all the spray we ritually cover up with every few hours. I found 2 ticks and Jean had one but thats not bad. our guide continually picked them off himself which is the price you pay for being in front as they drop on ...

San Vito

A travel blog entry by sifefer


... hour drive and stopped to see the Bahia Ballina Marine Protected area at sunset. This is a large beach and marine area that includes a spit that is in the shape of a whale's tail. .

We continued along the coastal route, stopping in a local restaurant on the backstreets of Quepos for dinner before ...

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 ...


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