Los Pinos - Cabanas y Jardines
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... exciting combination of driving to lake Arenal, boating across it, and driving back up again. As you ascend you enter a world of wind... incessant wind. They even have windmills to generate power (these things are huge!). The wind is the key here: it bring up clouds from the Carribean side and, as they crest the ridge to go towards the pacific coast, they dump a fine incessant mist on the trees giving you a cloud forest. As our guide explained, this is in contrast to the ...
... one of the pioneers of the conservation efforts to prevent the destruction of the cloud forests of Monteverde, which perhaps explains Ricardo's breadth of wildlife knowledge, and his passion for the subject. Yet again, we had an excellent guide, which seems to be the norm in Costa Rica, rather than the exception.
Wildlife viewing in Costa Rica has been far more enjoyable than expected, but the ...
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Started the day with a float down the river in search of wildlife. Great sloth sighting...as the picture shows. But we also saw lots of monkeys, lizards that stand erect, crocodile (small one), and lots of beautiful birds. Molly thought she saw an Anaconda...but there are none in Costa Rica...was a log. After lunch we hiked down to Arenal waterfall for a swim...long walk down and pretty strenuous coming ...
... a sloth and some mini frogs, then we went canyoneering with Lost Canyon. This consisted of walking down a canyon with a bit of abseiling. However only one descent was like real abseiling where you were in control, two more were very small, and the final one looked extreme, but the tour company were basically in control of your descent so it was more like ziplining. I enjoyed it but would have preferred a more controlled abseil experience. I suppose they do it like this due ...