Hotel El Bosque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel El Bosque Monteverde
Travel Blogs from Monteverde
... We finally reached a small town called San Elena in the Monteverde Cloud Forest. This area was originally settled by Quakers in 1950 who wanted to farm without the chance of any military involvement. Since Costa Rica got rid of their military in 1949, this was a good place for them to come to. They spent 3 months coming from Alabama and when they reached Costa Rica, they spent another 6 months looking for where they wanted ...
... Rican mountains and lies within a cloud rainforest reserve. The climate was very wet and cold which was a lot different to the heat we had experienced in the last few weeks. It was a nice change in fact! Upon arrival in the early evening, we managed to find a cheap hostel for $7! The town was very geared towards tourism and due to our time constraints we booked a zipline tour for the following day as soon ...
Gearing up for a couple of days of forest time inc Costa Rica, with a couple of Dan's mates from home. After some time in the more rugged destinations of Guatemala, Nicaragua and Belize, it certainly felt like, if anything, coming to the jungle here was actually a return to more familiar civilisation - although we've been warned that there are prices to match. Nonetheless, we've got some great experiences lined up before we head on down to South ...
... in all, the longest one at the very end being 1 km. the position taken to traverse this was also different - we actually went in tandem- the lighter person in front, laying their back and head down on the lap of the heavier person behind them, and that heavy person wrapping their ankles around the hips of the light person. Being the former, I lay back in earnest so that I would not interrupt the aerodynamics of our ...
... all the travelling the past week and the hikes we decided to slow it down here and took a few hikes around nearby forests but saved most of our energy for the evening where we would get to see the rain forest at night as we ventured in with a guide. It's easy for your mind to play tricks on you when walking through a forest at night, let alone this one. Our guide asked us to trust him as we turned off our torches and stood quietly ...