Heliconias Lodge

Address: Bijagua de Upala, Province of Alajuela, 0000, Costa Rica | Hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Bijagua de Upala

    Arenal Volcano: the shrouded monster

    A travel blog entry by goodner on May 17, 2015

    158 photos

    ... and paddle. Once we were on the raft the guide taught us how to row as a team. The commands were relatively easy; forward, right forward (the right side of the boat would paddle forward while the left paddled backward) left forward, backward, hold on, and get down (when he says this command you best follow it quickly). Once we had all of those in mind it was time to set off downriver. It was unbelievably fun. I was in front so I took a lot of water to the face. I also had ...

    Hitting the Roads in CR!

    A travel blog entry by nabeards on Feb 12, 2015

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... driving in Costa Rica, and I definitely learned the lesson that you need a 4x4 if you plan on driving on any 'gray' roads.

    ¡Hasta la fiesta!
    Maria y Neil


    * - Shout-out to Johnny Vanderlip for giving me this sage advice long ago. He took an amazing extreme-driving course, and shared with me one of the most important lessons from that experience: you will drive your vehicle wherever your vision is focused. If I had focused on that abyss, I would have been in it.
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    Selvatura and ziplining

    A travel blog entry by vandna on Nov 03, 2014

    ... saw was the sky on my way down, and all I could do was laugh madly. At some point along that kilometer, I got tired of seeing only sky, and I asked John to describe what he could see. As he looked around, he may have disrupted our aerodynamics and we came to a stop at least 100 feet before we were supposed to, so a guide had to scale the line over to us and drag us to the end. After this, we wiped caked and splattered mud from our faces, ...

    Monday, June 9

    A travel blog entry by aliciaslocomb on Jun 10, 2014

    3 photos

    ... fashion! I helped with gardening - weeding and transplanting. Here in CR, to get something to grow, you simply cut off a branch, stick it in the ground, and it grows! One area we worked on was to build a break of plantings to help with erosion control. We also helped wash the building for painting for tomorrow, and prepare shirts for tie dying and eventual painting - these shirts are given as gifts to guides who bring tour groups to CASEM in lieu of a tip. They have ...

    2/14- La Anita part 2

    A travel blog entry by j9n on Feb 17, 2014

    2 comments, 44 photos

    ... seven and since Sadie had told me to go to her mother’s
    house at eight for breakfast I decided to start my day. The walk to the village
    was very short so I took a meander to the ponds first to see if there were any
    birds, I saw a Jacana and another flock of Egrets, as well as a family of Black-cheeked
    Woodpeckers. I played peek-a-boo with a Barred Ant Shrike and never was able to
    sight the singer of a beautiful tune from high in the tree tops. It was ...