Las Islas Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Las Islas Lodge Puerto Jimenez
Travel Blogs from Puerto Jimenez
... husbad own the place, and after Robert helped had told us we could come use them anytime we wanted to. How nice!
. Had a nice
evening but called it an early evening because we want get up before sunrise and make the longer paddle over to get to Playa Preciosa and up the Plantanares river because it is one of the days we will have to longest amount of time to be out on the water and it is a very beautiful trip but one best get back before the tide goes out.
... be resting in the trees in the water. There were several but was still getting used to the scope in the bobbing of the boat. Of course, the boat seems to be tracking the opposite direction want to look but will work on this.
As we headed into the manglar one of the first birds that greeted us was a raptor up in the top of a tree. It was probably the barred forest falcon and we took that as a good sign. As we turned the ...
... on. One last night in the peace and quiet/deafening racket of the jungle and then, slightly sadly, it was time to move on.
On the plus side, on the bus on the way to San Isidro we did see three mantled howler monkeys, a red and black tree snake, some kind of white, red and black eagle thing, and a hawk just at the side of the road! Almost as much as we’d seen in the jungle! Either way, Costa Rica hadn’t disappointed. A bit of transit next and then to ...
... water gets INSIDE the boot). We're off to a good start here.
After walking what looks like hours we finally reached the ranger station. We presented our papers (which we luckily got done ahead of time), and then the rain started. It was sturdy enough that we decided to wait a few minutes. As we were waiting, we saw all of the animal skulls and warning signs. Nothing wakes you up by reading ...
... clouds began to cover and rain down the heavens. Standing in a topical rainstorm in the jungles of Costa Rica with beautiful people brought on another moment of illumination and realisation of the importance of positive shared experiences. A spectacular lightning display ensued as we embraced the wetness and tried saving the fire for a moment before us final stragglers made our way back to the house.
I had the obligation of cooking twice more that month. My turn ...