Los Pinos - Cabanas y Jardines

200 East Public School of Cerro Plano, GPS: N 10"31' 19. 0" W 84"81' 49. 8", Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, Province of Puntarenas, 77-5655, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 200 East Public School of Cerro Plano, GPS: N 10"31' 19. 0" W 84"81' 49. 8", Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, is near La Estrella Stables.
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    Travel Blogs from Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve

    Capturing the Coffee Aroma with a Smile

    A travel blog entry by frubia on Jun 30, 2014

    20 photos

    ... of the best coffees in the world. The history of the Don Juan coffee plantation is closely related to the history of Monteverde. It stands for hard work and respect for nature.

    We continued our journey and discovered a special 'Coffee-Lab' on the the way. A passionate coffee-lover welcomed us, ready to share his knowledge. While talking about the ...

    Zipping Through the Cloud Forest

    A travel blog entry by rnespeca on May 27, 2014

    ... he says "Lets Go".  None of the students want to get in the van.  So I simply say... No Problem, I am getting in the van, it is still another 5 miles uphill to Monteverde, you can walk and I will meet you there.  Just as I finish saying this, the other van shows up.  You want to talk about some happy students.  So I split them up, 6 in the new van and 4 with me in the "what am I doing in this van".  In the end we made it safe and ...

    Canyoning, Paddle boarding and Hot springs

    A travel blog entry by vincethepince on May 04, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... a reservoir for a hydroelectric dam. We had never tried SUP before so we were pretty excited. There was also one other guy from our group joining us to kayak so there was only three of us and our guide. After our guide showed us the basics, we got to try it out. It wasn't as hard as I was expecting which made me immediately like it a lot. We were both standing and paddling on our first try. It was pretty stable so we could get right into it without worrying ...

    Day 7 - going into Arenal volcano

    A travel blog entry by lovejezelle on Jan 12, 2014

    ... re supposed to just jump! When we ended up watching the video, it was ridiculous how I jumped because I crouched down looking like I was ready to back out then I bolted into the air into my death. The view, I believe, will be forever etched in my mind. Just the feeling of falling, just the feeling of not having control of where you're going...you are just going down. I swear, I had nightmares about it last night. It was the highest bungee jump in all of Latin ...

    Catching up to Tico Time

    A travel blog entry by katywade on Jun 07, 2013

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    The BriBri are the largest of Costa Rica's eight remaining indigenous groups. While the Maleku only have 600 members, the BriBri number well over 10,000. After visiting several contacts that Saul and Paige would be working with, we were set to travel deeper in to BriBri territory. I was along for the ride. We drove to the shore of the river to wait for our ride. Legend has it, that during the Conquest, BriBri shamans enchanted the river ...