Hotel El Bambu
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?
Photos of Hotel El Bambu
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel El Bambu Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui
Travel Blogs from Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui
... pretty beach and a pleasant place to spend a week. Tico Adventure Lodge, where we stayed has a small pool to cool off in and a television in Reception where we managed to see a couple of the Italian Tennis championship matches, including the Final. However, like many of the small Costa Rican towns, people from the US and Canada dominate being both residents and owners of most of the businesses. The result is that prices are higher and local character disappears.
... too many times to even count it's ridiculous! Spanish is definitely my greatest personal challenge and I'm beginning to think Dora the Explorer didn't quite equip me well enough beforehand as its still my biggest ongoing battle. haha naah but I knew that learning the language would be something I struggle with, after all my prior knowledge of spanish was pretty much restricted to "Hola", "Gracias", "me llamo Morgan", "tengo hambre" a few mexican ...
... and lots of wildlife too). On the way home, we passed howler monkeys shrieking in the trees and even saw a couple of Toucan - which Robbie was very pleased about.
While we were on our trip, the guide was talking to us about tourism in the region and how the government was trying to promote eco-tourism in the jungle. There were really very little tourists in this area and we knew before arriving that it was off the beaten track due to the difficulty ...
... help more with the evaluation. I also went around the farm with the farm manager and we talked through the entire growing process to ensure I understood everything. There were two big birthdays this week so we had a great party on Tuesday night with a piñata and a huge cake. It was really good fun and there were loads of us there. Then we had another great party last night but minus the piñata this time! We had a BBQ by the office and ...
... by a guy at the top who throws them to a guy who is packing the crates. They are packed in two different ways. If there is a protective foam layer at the bottom of the crate then they can be laid down horizontally in lines but if not then they are placed upside down as this way the fruit is least likely to hit against each other and get damaged as the tractor drives over the bumpy roads to the packhouse. I also saw the estimates being done. This is ...