Los Pinos - Cabanas y Jardines

Address: 200 East Public School of Cerro Plano, Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, Province of Puntarenas, 60109, Costa Rica | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 200 East Public School of Cerro Plano, Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, is near La Estrella Stables.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Los Pinos - Cabanas y Jardines Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve

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    Travel Blogs from Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve

    Arenal Volcano, Kayaking and Hot Springs

    A travel blog entry by costarica2015 on Feb 16, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... we saw two different types of Toucans and a three toed sloth. We also got to see a species of orchid that only blooms for one day twice a year. The hike up to see the volcano was worth it. It was a beautiful view. After the hike we went kayaking on Lake Arenal. It was my first time kayaking and it was so much fun and a major work out. We kayaked across the lake to a spot where we could get out and swim. My partner Aidan flipped me out of the kayak and into the water. The water ...

    Zipping Through the Cloud Forest

    A travel blog entry by rnespeca on May 27, 2014

    ... so freaking funny that they wanted to put my picture on the wall of shame.  Only 4 pictures are on this wall.  YEP I made it!  LOL.  I actually had to sign my autograph on the picture.  So if you ever come to CR and do the zip lines in Selvatura you will see my crazy face.  My students absolutely loved it.  The photographers absolutely loved my face and were laughing hysterically and actually ...

    Conquering My Fear

    A travel blog entry by sacker33 on Feb 05, 2014

    13 photos

    ... waterfall. After a short introduction on how to hold the ropes and push off the wall, we each stepped up to the ledge. As I write this, my heart is racing at the mere memory of the feeling I had as I looked over the edge. I was literally shaking and thought my legs were going to give out. Backing out was not an option. I knew it would be an amazing rush but had to beat the fear. I looked over at Robin and she was going for it...so was I.

    Once hooked into our lines, ...

    Day 4-Tuesday. Bird watching in Curi-Cancha

    A travel blog entry by jeffscott42 on Feb 04, 2014

    ... a bakery will open by 6, right?  No.  It was closed when we walked up at 6:10, so we headed back to the hotel lobby to drink coffee and a coke and wait on the tour guide to pick us up.   Promptly at 6:30, a Toyota Forerunner pulled up with a door decal that said, "<a href="http://deepintheforest.com/" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">deepintheforest.com& lt;/a>".  Out popped our guide, a 30-something, pony-tailed Tico named ...

    Day 3-Monday. Arenal to Monteverde and a night na

    A travel blog entry by jeffscott42 on Feb 03, 2014

    ... were buried in the back of the seat in front, and Dee was about to succumb to claustrophobia and jump out the window.  We hopped out at the lake, grabbed our bags and headed for the boat.  It was only 50 yards down a trail to the boat, but some people pack like they are going on safari, and had the wrestle their steamer trunks down the hill. The boat was a small passenger ferry that seated about 40 people on bench seats.  The lake was smooth and it ...