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Travel Blogs from Rincon de La Vieja National Park
After a very long and winding 4 hour drive from Arenal we arrived at the Rincon National Park. This spreads over an area of 1200 acres and houses a semi active volcano. Our hotel was on a working ranch and there were lots of horses and cattle on the premises. On the first morning we went on a trek through the volcanic area. The forest was humid and …
After we get up and have breakfast we head over to the tours desk to book our day of tubing and ziplining. The guy behind the desk tells us that we have 15 minutes before the bus leaves to go tubing, sending us scuttling back to the rooms to get ready. We return 10 minutes later. Surprise surprise we are waiting another half an hour before the bus …
Got up and tucked into the included buffet (2 words that go together perfectly) breakfast at 8.00am. The hotel, or hacienda as they like to call it here, is really nice. Large grounds, tastefully landscaped, nice restaurant and bar. A definate step up from our usual lodging. The plan today was to go and visit the national park. The map provided by …
Checked out of the hostel at 12 and had a wonder to a have our daily smoothie fix. Unfortunately this was one of the worst smoothies i think i have had. All ice and no fruit. We went back to the hotel bar to have a drink of coke and a chill. Made our way to the supermarket to stock up on supplies before going into the Rincon de la Vieja national …
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Nach etwas mehr als vier Monaten erhielten wir erstmals Besuch aus der Schweiz. Ines' Eltern machten sich den Weg via Atlanta, um uns auf unserer Panamericana Reise ein Stück weit zu begleiten. Die gemeinsame Zeit begann in San Jose, wo wir erstmals merkten, was die letzten Wochen ausgelöst hatten. Während für uns …
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet