Hotel Plaza Yara
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?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
Photos of Hotel Plaza Yara
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Plaza Yara Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... doing the same and so we sparked up conversations and decided to go to dinner and get some drinks. It was a pretty solid first night to my Costa Rican vacation.
Second morning I woke up and got ready for the catamaran tour. Sailed out at around 9:30am with a group of people from the hostel who were all fantastic and all there to have a great time. We went sailing, snorkeling, all while having some ...
... and overwhelming experience, that is somewhat hard to describe or explain. I did just wonder how they cope with the rain, with many holes in the walls and roof?! Following a very overwhelming visit we heading back into Quepos and I picked up a few things that I no longer had (phone charger, notebook) and then headed home. A very draining day of not much, but lots at the same time. Day 4. First day on the job! Damas Today was children's day. This is a national day in all of ...
We leave our hotel in Monteverde after 3 lovely days. We have a leisurely breakfast in a giant buffet area that is well run and no one goes hungry. The weather is changing and as we pull out there are raindrops hitting the window. Yes the sun is still out so as we leave St. Elena and get on the gravel road out of town we see a lovely giant rainbow. Winding down the hills the terrain rapidly changes from forest to rolling hills similar to what we see in many parts of the ...
... of humans at all and we got some great pictures of them. They were so cute! There were also many small raccoons, much smaller than in the US and they are not nocturnal. They came right up to us as we were lying on the beach and tried to steal my backpack!! Crazy little critters. Then we walked across a small strip of land that leads to Punta Catedral "Cathedral point" (a small peninsula) to get to another beach called Playa Espadilla Sur. ...
... shirt. There actually were a lot of critters, but I'm not sure I would see the park as a must- do, although there are apparently trails that allow you to lose the crowd and feel at one with the jungle. When we did make it to the beach, it was indeed beautiful (except for the aforementioned speedos) but it was also closed with a less-than-vigilant set of rangers trying to keep determined Ticos away from the waters edge (except, of course, for those hairy guys in ...