Tambor Tropical Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Playa Tambor
... but was fine for the smaller conditions (it was quite unresponsive). The break is similar to South Straddie (south facing so picks up more of the southerly swell) with a sand bottom where the banks are quite steep giving a critical take-off and pitching wave enabling a small close-out barrel or a quick turn or two. I generally tried the small close out barrel option - sometimes it worked and I got smashed, sometimes I muffed it and got smashed. All in all good ...
... for the Catalina island trip and I still had it in my locker. I had decided to take it on the night dive because I though I might be able to get some cool photos/might see stuff I never usually see. I did all of the pre-dive checks with it and it worked fine. I got it under the water and it wouldn't turn on but there was no water in it and no bubbles so I just thought it had run out of battery. I got back on the boat and found that there was a ...
... wretched a road is, the more spectacular the destination at the end of the road will be. In fact, if the road runs out BEFORE you even get there, you can rest assured what is there is fabulous. We can say for sure that this is 100% true. The road to Blue River went like this: relatively good paved road, bumpy and not maintained well paved road, brown dirt pack bumpy road, and finally, completely horrible black volcanic rock gravel road (PS this ...
... After a minute or so, she came over to me and said she thought there would be fish. I advised her to stop splashing and just float. Immediately the fish came from the deep approaching us in a wild splash of color. There were only a few dozen or so total, but still pretty cool. After an hour or so, people were pretty much done floating and fish watching, so we loaded the boat and headed to the beach. A nice long pure white sandy beach. And, completely hidden under ...
Arenal was another dormant volcano, until 1968. A huge explosion triggered 4 rupture points and resulted in disaster. As a result, Arenal has little vegetation (unlike her sister Cerro Chato).
We began our hike at the rangers station, the trail was only 3.4 km (6.8 return). The hike was easy, but wet. For some reason we neglected to bring Ponchos or an umbrella. Who needs ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service