Hotel Jardines de Monteverde

Address: Cerro Plano, Monteverde, Province of Limon, 00506, Costa Rica | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Cerro Plano, Monteverde, is near Butterfly Garden (Jardín de Mariposas), Isla Tortuga, Santa Elena Skywalk, and Reserva Biologica Carara.
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    Travel Blogs from Monteverde

    Arenal Volcano: the shrouded monster

    A travel blog entry by goodner on May 17, 2015

    158 photos

    ... this party to the room. Catherine chose to have us order room service, snuggle up in our giant bed, and watch Superman followed by Tangled. It was a fantastically fun and cozy day. Given the sheer volume of rain, fog, and sounds of water streaming in our new room, this was a perfect choice for her day.

    The following day brought even heavier rains, and we chose to catch up on writing, reading, and exercising, but not much else. It was an indoor day that we all ...

    Saddle Sore

    A travel blog entry by pwong on Feb 25, 2015

    13 photos

    ... the stirrups essentially useless, negating their purpose of providing a platform for the rider to maintain stability.

    Not only that, but it ends up forcing the ankles into a weird angle, and puts a ton of stress on the knees, resulting in some very sore joints at the end of the ride. Even worse, when the horse starts to trot, in that position you can't push up on the stirrups to cushion ...

    Hitting the Roads in CR!

    A travel blog entry by nabeards on Feb 12, 2015

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... and I couldn't maintain the forward momentum. The SUV slid backward at an angle. I backed up slightly and tried again, keeping my eye on the tiny curb protecting me from the abyss. But I just slid on the same boulder as before, and the SUV slid backward at more of an angle. I backed up again, but stopped after just a quick moment, realizing there was a six-foot ditch to my left. So once again, I accelerated forward, focusing this time on the actual road surface I was aiming to ...

    Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by rmalpass on Dec 30, 2014

    ... jump that followed however topped this. It was a kind of bungee swing about 20 metres up and we had to walk out on a half bridge in order to do the jump. It was almost like walking that plank! I'm so glad that I did the jump as some people dropped out. Due to time contraints we now head to the beach town of Puerto Viejo for new year. Ps. Thanks for all your comments on the blog, it's lovely to hear from you ...

    Selvatura and ziplining

    A travel blog entry by vandna on Nov 03, 2014

    ... gave instructions on the placement of hands and the position of legs, and it began to seem very possible that I might disable either. Yet I still carried on, answering pertly, when asked if I was ready: "Si, Estoy lista!" The first length of cable was the unforgettable - as wild uncertainty heightened my senses. Positional sense is very important to a novice zipliner because you have to keep your ankles crossed and knees flexed up to ...