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

    ... olds to do this. The first one, which is always the hardest to newbies, was by far the most daunting of all of them. I went first, vowing not to look down the 120 feet to the bottom. I was surprised by how hard it was to actually descend…I had to feed the rope through the pulley at my hip, and make sure I didn't twist and turn and instead kept my feet straight out trying to kick off the rock wall. The waterfall created a very slippery surface against which to kick off, ...


    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Feb 28, 2015

    ... cloud forrest national parks, but I've already been in a couple and aren't too bothered. I'm here for the zip lining (happy birthday from Mama). I was expecting for this day to be for transit, ziplining to happen tomorrow and to jog on the day after. However I could pack ziplining in this avo, and bugger off tomorrow instead. I was thinking about just staying here for the extra day and kicking back, but this doesn't feel like that kinda place. The final nail in the ...

    Ants at La Quinta and Animals at Project ASIS

    A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Jan 21, 2015

    40 photos

    ... Carlos and he was very passionate, extremely articulate, and very funny. He entertained us for two hours telling us about all of the animals and their relationship to the environment. They have both peccaries, the white collared which is the one we saw at La Selva and the white nosed which is very aggresive. They have a gland on their backs that they use to mark their territory. He squeezed it and a liquid shot up in the air and the smell ...

    June 16, 2014

    A travel blog entry by aliciaslocomb on Jun 16, 2014

    2 photos

    ... the electricity went out throughout town, we all dispersed back to the hotel, and we've had a quiet night in. So we shall see what tomorrow holds. Hopefully we will be able to meet with Dona Patrice, the amazing founder of CASEM. She had polio, walks with two braces, and has used her "deficiencies" (as she calls it ) to get the attention of others to make changes in life here in Monteverde. More later about that... My thumb is about done with typing now ...

    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 ...