No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hacienda Tayutic Turrialba
Travel Blogs from Turrialba
... car. i was amused as i watched/listened to a teen girl having an exasperating phone call with her mother. I was only able to pick up the occasional "mama," but could tell immediately it was identical to American teen conversations about staying out longer. Eventually I began to see very fit looking people walking around int the silvery foil blankets runners use after races and felt happy to solve the mystery. ...
... the tour we were all ready to return to home base. I changed into sweats, drank some warm tea and tried to get warm until spanish class at 7.
Tomorrow after work we are making handmade corn tortillas, then having a guest speaker who is a nurse manager in the area in to talk about how socialized healthcare works (and doesn't work) in Costa Rica. After that it will be pack and prepare for a weekend on the Caribbean which we leave for Friday right after work!
... impression with my head torch at night and when I get up before dawn. I'd definitely learnt a greater appreciation for what I take for granted at home. There had (literally) been snakes and ladders; thrills and spills; and blood, sweat and tears on this expedition. It seemed so long ago that it started and now it was all over! We had one last hurrah up our sleeve though, with many of us off for a final send off at the beach... * which of course I can't, but that's another ...
... swooping above! The next morning we were up early and headed straight to expedition Fieldbase in Turrialba, around two hours away. The journey there gave us welcome time to make some further introductions and it soon became clear that the male/female ratio was heavily skewed towards us girls. Seemingly no sooner had we arrived at Turrialba Fieldbase and completed obligatory ice-breakers, we were off and away. We were ...
... was still closed this morning annoyingly but seeing as we were meeting at 7 maybe that was a good thing! First we went to a farm where they have been having major problems with a disease called Moko so we were checking on the situation. If a plant gets it they have to cut it down, cover it securely with plastic and fumigate it. Some places looked like a banana murder scene there were so many plastic lumps! Plants that were right next to infected areas ...