Chachagua Rainforest Hotel & Hacienda
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I usually avoid tours like the plague, but with such limited time, bad weather, and distances between the things to see I had no choice. I got luck however and the tour company (Eagle Tours, recommended) were wonderfully flexible to build a day’s itinerary around my interests, with no notice. Early in the morning I was ferried to Rio Fortuna Waterfall and given 2 hours to explore the area. It was a nice walk down 500 through ...
... Normally when food is included at a hostel, it is prepared for the masses and dished out like school dinners but this was more like cafe quality, a very pleasant surprise.
We had booked transport to take us to Santa Elena Reserve, which is a cloud forest and as the name suggests, it's almost always in the clouds. The place is very moist with a fine mist everywhere but it ensures that everything is very green. In addition to the ...
Sunday December 29
After breakfast we left by bus to Lake Arenal and then took a 45 minutes boat ride across the lake. It has been raining lightly, as it does in a rain forest. On the other side we were picked up by another bus and headed off on a gravel road. However because of the rain, steep hill and rough road we could not make it up the first hill. Many cars and vans were also stuck. So we went on with Plan B and took a longer route ...