Hotel Tetey Lodge

Principal Street in the Orosi Valley, Orosi, Province of Cartago, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Principal Street in the Orosi Valley, Orosi, is near Safari Mangrove Tours.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tetey Lodge Orosi

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    Travel Blogs from Orosi

    Why to travel, why to live.

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Mar 07, 2014

    16 photos

    After the pacific coast, Orosi was a whole other world. We left Uvita at 2 in the afternoon. It was 38 degrees. The sun was bearing down on us, and I swear we were audibly sizzling in the heat. As our bus into the mountains steadily climbed, we became engulfed in clouds, and we began to shiver, ill equipped in our scant beach clothes. I watched out the window as the slick green of the coast (banana trees, hibiscus, palms) was replaced by the mossy, ferny green of the mountains.

    Skittles at the Summit

    A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Feb 02, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... in their hammocks in the gazebo listening to the wind, birds and chimes they had hung. We packed our bags and went to bed early in anticipation of the 5 am morning. We started hiking with Alex and Aurie at around 6. The first part of the hike was quite nice, cool breezes, tree-shaded with a gradual incline made it enjoyable...but don't let that fool you for what was to come. What made this the toughest hike I've done; beyond Macchu Pichu, Kilimanjaro, Temple, ...

    Two days of work and a scenic tour

    A travel blog entry by dharmawalk on Oct 09, 2013

    106 photos

    Tuesday was our first day of work in our volunteer placements. On my van, Juvel the driver had all of us come in and tour each of the facilities as we were dropped off. The first stop was the orphanage. In Costa Rica you are "obligated" to call the police and report child abuse or neglect. When the children are picked up they are taken to this (type of) orphanage until the situation can be worked out with parents, the children can be adopted by a family member, or they stay in the ...

    Monteverde Cloud Forest

    A travel blog entry by ginty456 on Aug 09, 2013

    3 photos

    ... decided I bore a resemblance to a famous Costa Rican footballer called Paulo Gafas, so this was my name for the trip. I was with a great israeli couple who both went before me with no hesitation, so the pressure was on me. The instructors counted down from 5, and after 1 I bent my legs to jump but for some reason they wouldn't push me off the edge, so I fell forward in a squatting position instead and just about managed to push away at the last second ...

    Live, Learn, and always Smile

    A travel blog entry by ut15 on May 20, 2013

    5 photos

    ... It is true what people say, that you never truly learn about another person's culture until you have been involved, in the heart of their life. I have learned perhaps more from my host parents then they from me. They have taught me it is more about spending "tiempo juntas" with family. They work opposite hours of the day and rarely see each other. When they do though, they sit on ...