Rancho Casa Grande at Foresta Resorts
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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... And even if you don't spot them, one of the other hundreds of tourists will find something and you will know about it. There are a stack of local guides willing to take you up the main trail, promising great views of the animals through their telescope. At only USD$20 for 2 hours, this is a bargain. I would recommend hiring a guide as the telescope does allow for some excellent photo opportunities and you can observe the behaviours of the animals more clearly. I ...
... past our hotel and that would dump us on the street that had most of the restaurants on it. Walking along a Costa Rican freeway under construction didn't seem like the safest idea so off we went.
As we turn down the road, and there was nothing but ditches and a field on the right and a huge industrial complex fenced off with barb wire and armed guards at the gates on the left. Employees were getting off work and driving down the gravel road and Christine and I had ...
... reserve that butts up against the National Park. Of course there are no trails into the park from there and it looks like it would be treacherous going to sneak into the park. We have never had the desire to do so and really have enjoyed walking through this reserve; no other people and lots of birds to be seen.
We set off to the reserve in the early morning and thought it had been abandoned but then found the ...
... when we went to bed a huge toad was on the bedroom wall. What do you do when it is time for sleep and there is a large amphibian on the wall? - Switch off the light! He had disappeared by morning, but
did wake up another morning to wonder what we had spilt on the wall opposite until I put on my glasses and realised the 'stain' was ourfriendly toad again.
This may sound strange but I felt that all the insects and wildlife around ...
... reserve where animals normally found in zoos roam free, and the hundreds of different species of plants make you feel like you've been dropped in the middle of the jungle. We spent the day listening to the sounds of howler monkeys, trying to spot sloths amongst the trees, and enjoying the most beautiful beaches. We felt very much at one with nature, fighting off monkeys who'd hoped to add our sarongs to their winter wardrobe, and losing Hannah's biscuits to ...