Hotel La Carreta

Address: 150 Meters South Banco Costa Rica, Tilaran, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 150 Meters South Banco Costa Rica, Tilaran.
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      Travel Blogs from Tilaran

      Tronadora/Tilaran/Lake Arenal

      A travel blog entry by jaimemarissacr on Oct 27, 2014

      38 photos

      ... Tilaran is the closest big city (though it's actually quite small) and it takes about 30 minutes via bus to get there. I have marked Tilaran on the map for this post to give you all an idea of where we are. In reality, we are just northeast of there, right on the lake's edge. It takes us a little less than 10 minutes to walk down to the lake and stick our toes in the water. :-) Our boyfriends are coming this Friday ...

      Microbrewery, Waterfall and Monkeys

      A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on May 07, 2014

      3 photos

      ... is a bit "sketchy". Well..Blanca, the massage therapist, leads me to the massage room which is located, through the microbrewery, down a little dirt incline. She needed to use a flashlight to lead me down this dirt hill since there was no path!

      Well, it was an experience and you get what you pay for. =) Despite the fact that we told her we both wanted deep tissue massages, the best way to describe the massage is that it was a ...

      Siempre Verde and La Anita Farms!

      A travel blog entry by j9n on Jan 30, 2014

      2 comments, 54 photos

      ... Volcano…which still hid in the clouds.

      As we drove down the driveway to La Anita Finca (finca means farm) there were rows of young cacao trees, each with their own little shade tent, among young plantain
      palms and tiny citrus trees. They were growing a new forest, a productive forest, in what once was pasture. We drove down along two ponds which Carlos said were for raising tilapia and then up again along ...

      Arenal volcano

      A travel blog entry by dianaford on Apr 22, 2013

      We drove 3 hrs north to La Fortuna, a small town in the foothills of Arenal volcano.

      We all picked the day trips we wanted to do the next day. Some people opted for caving, or canyoneering or white water rafting...... I choose a boat trip in a nature reserve!! However the wildlife we saw was amazing!! Well worth it!

      We also visited volcanic hot springs, a series of pools with varying hot water temperatures from luke warm to practically scalding all heated by the volcano. ...

      Day 11-12: I'm an emergency responder, may I help?

      A travel blog entry by blondesontour on Feb 14, 2013

      3 photos

      ... but still had my hula hoop lesson. It was really fun actually and I learnt a lot. Loads of new moves, some of which took me forever to get! It's really nice doing some exercise other than swimming and lifting things too, especially as I have been eating large quantities of sandwiches! After the lesson I had to run back to the shop to close, so tired. Basically trying not to drift off! I went straight home after but as it's Valentines Day, Lee's ...