Las Orquideas

Address: Santa Elena, Province of Puntarenas, 60109, Costa Rica | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Elena

    Monteverde and Zip Lines

    A travel blog entry by rnespeca on May 26, 2015

    9 photos

    ... 160; Zip lines originated in Costa Rica for scientist to get to tree to tree.  Then an entrepreneur realized the commercial impact these could have and now you have the longest and fastest in the world.  And to top it all off it is in the Cloud Forest.  One great side note, is I visited this same place last year and they got a picture of me in pure horror of me screaming for my life.  I signed the picture last year and gave them permission to use it on their ...

    First Half of my Study Abroad Trip

    A travel blog entry by rnespeca on May 24, 2015

    4 comments, 17 photos

    ... crocodiles, lots of birds and a million leaf cutter ants.  We swam in the river and enjoyed the waterfall.  The students were awesome and loved every minute of all the hikes.  Yes they were hard and tiring.  Even more so with full sun and heat made it all the more difficult, but we did it.  The staff at Campanario made a new trail that allowed us to watch the sunset.  The trail was so new only 10 people had been on the ...

    Arenal Volcano, Kayaking and Hot Springs

    A travel blog entry by costarica2015 on Feb 16, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... activity the local springs are heated, bringing hot water all throughout the land. We swam at Baldi Hot springs, which diverges these Springs into various hot water pools For people to enjoy. Another great day in the books! Kacey C. Lucky for me, I was born with a natural sense of curiosity. Traveling to Costa Rica has not only been the highlight of my senior year but also given me a chance to splurge on that curiosity. I feel lucky to have this need to just learn as much as I ...

    Zipping Through the Cloud Forest

    A travel blog entry by rnespeca on May 27, 2014

    ... minute later the van overheats and we come to a stop on a 30 degree incline road.  So steep that the parking brake is not enough to hold us, that he has to keep full pressure on the brakes as well.  WTF.  We all get out of the van as he calls for another van to come and get us.  We walk downhill to a corner (100 yards) to wait for another van.  Yep its raining!!  The driver coasts the van backwards to a flat spot.  The engine ...

    Into the clouds with an amazing naturalist

    A travel blog entry by mmoonan on Apr 30, 2014

    13 photos

    ... br> - We walked on eight different bridges with various lengths ranging between 150 feet ( 50 meters ) up to 510 feet ( 170 meters ) and altitudes ranging between 36 feet ( 12 meters ) up to 180 feet.

    - Each bridge has a width of five feet, the widest bridges in Costa Rica, and also a capacity of up to 80 people per bridge making them both the longest and strongest bridge systems in the Monteverde Cloud Forest. -