Termales del Bosque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... afternoon. This part of Costa Rica is known for its many hot springs, both natural and man-made so we thought we would have a relaxing afternoon and evening at one of the hot springs resorts. We chose one that also had some other things to do such as a crocodile farm, an ant farm, a butterfly farm, and a frog exhibit. We had a fun time relaxing in the pools and Jason thoroughly enjoyed himself on one of the many fast water slides, as well as he drank more than a few cervezas! ...
Long hike to the top of Cerro Chato today, dormant volcano. The hike was much more challenging than we were prepared for but we definitely enjoyed it, it took us most of the day. Felt great to get back to the hotel to rest up for another fun day ...
... as saved us money but more than that the reason they were free is because they were natural ones. Seemed a no brainer to see something in it's natural environment. So on our first afternoon we headed there and surprisingly and very pleasantly so it wasn't crowded, and most of the people there were locals not tourists (they all obviously hit the resorts). I was so chuffed at our decision that I probably went on about it for the entire time we were there (and ...
... bellied Trogon. The excitement picked up when Frank spotted two (yes, TWO!!) Ornate Hawk-Eagles perched together in a tree, which is apparently a rare sight. We also stalked and were able to get a good view of ...
... which I did with my family. We set up this excursion through the hotel and it was a wonderful experience. We were taken by van with another family to the rafting area (we choose an intermediate level route). They fitted us with life preservers and stressed important safety. Then we were off down the rapids with guides in small canoe like things on either side. It was incredibly fun to say the least and they ...