Las Islas Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLas Islas Lodge Puerto Jimenez
We were only here for one night. We had a little cabin which had a very big room. The bathroom only had a screen, no window so it couldn't be air conditioned. The location was good for our kayak adventure and they stored our extra luggage while we went to Corcovado National Park in Carate. The breakfast was good. The place is beautifully maintained.
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Finally a day of rest, just had to do a few things in preparation of our hike which starts tomorrow at 5am. We were able to just sit by the beach and enjoy the nice weather, also saw our first scarlet macaws today, very colorful bird.
Full day of travel to get from La Fortuna to Puerto Jimenez. Pretty cool plane flight in a small plane, we essentially sat in the cockpit. Weather is hot and humid, starting to get ready for our hike into Corcovado.
... of insects, and some sleeping birds. The tours generally go for about $23, we found a last minute space on a tour for $12 and decided to take it. Our guide was very good and the tour interesting, we saw many insects and some sleeping birds, including sleeping emerald tucans, unfortunately none of the cool stuff, no mammals, spiders, snakes or frogs.
ACCOMODATION: We stayed in 3 different places in Monteverde, the town is very touristy and only one ...
Different experience in the kayaks today. Headed out around 6:30 and the tide was still moving out. We tried to kayak up to the big tree but the tide was too powerful for us to make much headway so we gave up and continued toward Playa Preciosa.
Did something different as we headed toward Rio Plantanares. We explored in and out of the manglar as far as we could go and finally ended up in the ...
The jungle camp is vegetarian so this obviously meant I needed to stock up on meat as the thought of four weeks without it was not good!!! Before heading down to Puerto Jimenez we stopped over in San Jose for the night and headed to fried street for a McDonald's! The following day we headed down to Puerto Jimenez in the Osa peninsula which had to be the hottest place on earth, no exaggeration!! From here we got the collectivo to the jungle ...