Hotel Montana Monteverde
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Montana Monteverde Santa Elena
We had a great view of the valley from our balcony on the top floor of the hotel. We bird-watched from our balcony and had a great view of the sunset. We saw Emerald Toucanets the first morning. The rooms were big and comfortable. The breakfasts in the dining room were served family style which was different. We took advantage of the bar both days. The mixed drinks and beers were great. There was no pool here but that was okay because it is cooler at the top of the mountain. The staff here were helpful and friendly and when we had a dead battery in our van the morning we were going on our canopy walk and zip-lining. They got us a taxi in just a few minutes. The best thing about this hotel is the location because of the view.
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... out it would be another day of handing out surveys to the (barely) willing tourists. Eventually, Karol managed to find some more work for us, and all but one of us went off to rake leaves off of the forest trails.
After that, we had to ask permission to go, but we hiked around some more. Some of us hadn't seen La Ventana, where you can see the ocean on one side and the continental divide on the ...
Hola Mis Amigos, first I am thinking about all of my friends and family in Texas, especially in Houston with the horrible floods. My thoughts and prayers go to all. Today was our last full day in the Monteverde region and we made sure that we were going to make the most of it. We started off the day going to Monteverde Biological Reserve to explore this pristine Cloud Forest. Our real quest was in search of the Resplendent Quetzal and the Three Wattled ...
... is by "boat" if you can really can call it a boat. It was great to see the expressions of all of the students when the fully realized the adventure they were on. Campanario is a private Biological Reserve that has no electricity and is fully self sustainable. Yes they do have to bring in food but other than that they are supported by the resources they have including the sun for solar power. Speaking of the sun... we are in the rain forest where ...
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... wizzed out in front in his kayak. He pointed out the capuchin monkeys in the trees above us and the lizards bathing in the sun’s rays to the side of the bank. As we paddled further downstream we noticed a large crocodile sunbathing on a small patch of sand raised out of the water. Just after this the current suddenly became stronger and no matter how much we had listened to our guide tell us to paddle in the direction we were being taken ...