Hotel Portobello

Puntarenas, Province of Puntarenas, 5400, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Puntarenas

Boat ride on the famous Tarcoles River!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime


... the guide informed us that this Tarcoles River was a wonderful and crucial habitat for hundreds of species and a wide variety of sea and shore birds and wildlife.

I was able to spot many of these birds within this two hours boat ride but most importantly, very lucky to see two of the endangered large red, yellow and blue Scarlet Macaw also knows as American parrot! ...

Fifth Port Stop - Puntarenas

A travel blog entry by gilmer


... stand by the track and wave at us. We even spotted two cows that seemed to have escaped from their farm. lol

After the train ride, our bus then took us back to the cruise ship. I was able to take more pictures of the area from the bus.

Once on the cruise ship, Joanne and I checked out deck 13 together. We relaxed and even had someone else take some pictures of us.

We had an amazing day!!!!!!!!!!!!1


Ziplining, Superman & Cloud Forest catchups!!!

A travel blog entry by m_and_m_time


... have some incredible experiences together. We will be encouraging them to move to Melbourne when they return from London! And so we left each other, us following in their footsteps back up Central America and them in ours through Costa Rica, Panama and Cuba.

Next, M&M will farewell the misty mountainous forests and head across the border to Nicaragua!

Adios Costa Rica, itīs been one awsome adventure!

Our Mangrove Forest Tour

A travel blog entry by onereddog


We docked in Puntarenas, Costa Rica (and here I thought we wee going to Puerto Rica)! on a very hot and humid Tuesday. The smell of creosote and smoke greeted us in this very interesting country in Central America. It is 10' north of the equator, and just starting their rainy season. There are 7 provinces which make up Costa Rica and have rain forest along with other similar zones but not as wet. We heard ...

And We hiked...

A travel blog entry by puravida_ambar


... of the rainforest.
Sunday we did our service work and helped clean the trails of the Cloud forest reserve. After every meal being a Casado, and many miles of hiking, I think I can safely say that all of us were ready to come home Sunday. The only problem was the ride down was on a dirt road, and was far too bumpy to enjoy. Overall I would say it was a pretty solid weekend, and although I've already been to Monteverde before, it was a nice returning visit.


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