Rancho Casa Grande at Foresta Resorts

200 Meters North of Quepos Airport, Manuel Antonio National Park, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park

Costa Rica finally!

A travel blog entry by swanning_around


... barbed wire I wondered what I had come to! I needn't have worried. Inside, the Hostal is very comfortable and clean and the team of young people running the place is wonderful. They all speak excellent English (well, US English but can't blame them for that) give as much info as you need and are always happy and cheerful.
Within 2 hours of touchdown we were in a local bar where we ate very good fajitas, an old man was playing his guitar, and the local ...

Park Hike, Catamaran Trip, Snorkeling.

A travel blog entry by austinke


... so I went for a walk. I tried to get to the beach, but with the narrow windy roads and other private properties, I gave up after a half-hour or so. It was an exhausting walk back up the steep hill, and I asked at the front desk the best way to get there. Turns out I didn't walk far enough! Oh, well - gotta make sure that the girls are up for a strenuous walk before we try to tackle that the next time.

My travels this morning weren't for ...

He asked, I said YES!!

A travel blog entry by ashleysblog


... head to Playa Seco to Cocomar. This was a resort about 3km off the main road. Another place tucked away from all the crazy tourist areas. We arrived before check in so we hung out at the pool and at the beach. It was so hot out. The pool water was so hot that it didn't even feel that refreshing. But we enjoyed ourselves before we checked in. We had lunch by the pool and I had a few fruity drinks :) We again lounged around the hotel for the afternoon (common theme of our trip) and ...

Day 10 to the End...

A travel blog entry by crashvic37


... over 10 years ago. The roads are better for sure. The airport is bigger. Traffic is still a mess. I also observe that for the average Tican, little has changed. The standard hourly wage is $2.40/hour. Power can be unreliable, and more people own bikes than own cars. Groceries are no cheaper here than in the US, save for fresh fruit and vegetables. But what I also observe, sadly, is that the touring public is being squeezed financially in a way that ...

Monkeys and minor disasters

A travel blog entry by georgiemoule


... what time the bus would arrive outside our hostel, so I asked one of the waiters. Cue a heated 5 minute discussion amongst all 3 of them working, all with different opinions when it would actually arrive. Luckily, I believed the right one. Once on the bus, I managed to befriend a Californian man. He was very chatty (Dad, he knew where Barstow was and said I was the only person he'd met who liked it. He even knew the bun boy!) and very generous. The buses have no ...


This hotel, located on 200 Meters North of Quepos Airport, Manuel Antonio National Park, is near Rancho Savegre, Manuel Antonio Divers, Sirena Ranger Station, and Manuel Antonio's First and Finest Day Spa.
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