Hotel Rancho Suizo Lodge

Address: Apartado 14, Bocas de Nosara, Nosara, Province of Guanacaste, 50104, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Apartado 14, Bocas de Nosara, Nosara.
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Travel Blogs from Nosara

Mertle Turtle you look like Skrtel

A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Sep 15, 2014

62 photos

... was gonna pop lil´ Sandra in my backpack when no one was looking. Who knows, we might have got away with it... Time for more miniature animals and the power of the moon over on the Pacific Coast, at the Ostional Wildlife Reserve, which acts as a nesting ground for hundreds of thousand of olive-ridley turtles all year round. In the week leading to the full moon, nesting turtles will leave up to 10 million eggs on the beach of Ostional. Heading down on a quad-bike early ...

Near Death Experience w/ Angry Monkey's

A travel blog entry by teamram on Apr 09, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... We would eventually see about 10-12 crocodiles over the course of the ride. I'm not sure how these guides do it but they were spotting animals all over the place that we never would've seen. A lot of them are camouflaged or take off running when you get too close. There were many different types of birds in the park including two bright green parrots that were hanging out in a tree right above our boat.

Finally after 1 hour of cruising down river, ...

Life's One Helluva Garden - Dig It!

A travel blog entry by jord-travers on Jul 13, 2013

2 comments, 16 photos

... add to the already incredible beauty outside, we bore witness to a rainless lightning storm over the densely clouded hills as the sunset created a pink sky over the ocean. As the class began to wind down and the outside into darkness the contrast between night and light grew stronger. In another world, I spent over ten minutes softly gazing out into the flashing abyss, unblinking in a ten-count (inhale, retention, exhale, retention) breathing cycle bringing me to ...

77-78: AWESOME dives and amazing karaoke night!

A travel blog entry by blondesontour on Apr 22, 2013

1 photo

... because we saw some amazing stuff. We went all the way down to the wreck which was really pretty today and on the way back I saw the saddest thing ever (and very sad). I saw a little puffer fish all inflated and we realised that an octopus had it. The poor little thing was flapping its teeny flippers trying to get away. We did attempt to rescue it slightly but the octopus had a super grip on it and every time we tried it got one of its arms and curled round the puffer ...

20-21: Dive Master Skills and Being Drowned

A travel blog entry by blondesontour on Feb 24, 2013

2 photos

... and all the surge, so we had a long surface swim back to the boat! I had to do safety stops with them as well, on my own! It was quite cool actually, although the first one wasn't so successful as the guy, Mike, who was really low on air, ended up shooting up to the surface and I had to go and rescue him. So I was now holding him by the waist, looking at my gage and trying to stay at 5 metres and then I got cramp in my leg! So it was definitely ...