La Cusinga Eco Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Cusinga Eco Lodge Uvita
One of the most beautifully located lodges I've seen in three months in Costa Rica. You're staying the midst of a private reserve, and won't see or hear anyone other than other guests and staff. Monkeys, birds and other wildlife abound. The Pacific views are fantastic, and it is a ten minute walk to either the beach or a spring-fed pool in the forest. The restaurant is a little pricey, but the food is good and a little more interesting than the Costa Rican average. This is a genuine eco-lodge, so the accommodations are simple, but very clean and comfortable. One of my favorite spots to simply be, without the necessity of doing anything other than watch the ocean and listen to the birds.
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... have faced fears that they never thought they would (even if they did it with their eyes closed part of the time).
Today, we rappelled down a 50 meter waterfall called Nauyaca. Our guides harnessed us and connected heavy ropes and we controlled our descents. Most of us were not worried to rappel, but dropping over the edge put everyone's stomachs in their mouths. A couple of students rappelled faster to hurry up and get done, while others bided their time at the ...
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... middle and forms what folks call “The Whale Tail” during low tide. Most of the other accommodations are nearer the other end of the park along with a smattering of tourist driven shops and small restaurants (called Soda’s). Alan and I walked the long stretch of beach one morning, which was beautiful. The waves were a fun 2 or 3 feet, the water a glorious 85ish degrees plus palms provided shade from the harsh sun – just about ...
... looked in good shape and I was It so happy. Sal jumped up on one of the chairs to peer inside and shouted, “KIM THERE’S YOUR HAND!” I honestly never thought that they would still be there… I couldn’t believe it! It was so great to be able to show my sister the school and the place which she had heard about endless times! Like the taxi driver said, the school has a memory of me, and my body has a memory of ...
... the dark brown shore.
A driver was waiting to take us to Finca Maresia. We looked around the beachfront area with wander. There were endless amounts of palm trees and colorful flowers, and single-story buildings lining an unpaved road. Finca Maresia is away from the beach, closer to the jungles. We knew this, but as we started driving away and away from the hopping beach area, we felt a little anxious. We knew it would ...