Las Islas Lodge
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- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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.
We had breakfast at 8:00 and were on the road by 9:00. We drove for four hours with two stops. One was for a restroom break and the other was more interesting. We stopped in a little village in the Diquis Valley called Palmar Sur. In Las Esferas Park where we discovered large stone spheres carved by the Gnobe people. Most were less than 3 feet in …
... monkey line that the lady from Austria had helped get put in place. It is a yellow rope that is stretched across the road to keep them from getting run over crossing the street.
The road was very bumpy but the rain has kept the dust down. Bicycled on past the fancy lodges and kept going on the road into the forest. Two dogs came running up and a gentleman came and called the ...
... confronted with two guys, one of which was a nudist. Pretty bizarre, and thankfully they moved on pretty sharpish.
Next we followed the main river downstream, which although only 2km long took a solid two hours. I was expecting a trail to run alongside but there wasn't one. Initially we had to move from rock to rock, which in itself caused me issues as I slightly messed up my right foot on an earlier slip and as such I was being particularly slow and ...