Terrapin Lodge

Address: Terrapin Trail , Carate, Osa, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Terrapin Trail , Carate.
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Travel Blogs from Carate

Jungle Trekking and arriving in Jaco

A travel blog entry by jaimemarissacr on Sep 24, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... strongest web ever that they use for making bulletproof vests -Poisonous dart frog- if you lick it you will hallucinate -Basilisk- not the giant snake from The Chamber of Secrets, actually a lizard -Anteater- he was SO CLOSE to us. We could've touched him if it weren't for his long, giant claws -Terciopelo/ Fer-de-Lance- no big deal, just the 2nd MOST POISONOUS SNAKE in that jungle. Our guide thought it was the coolest thing ever to see one, but we weren't ...

Puerto Jimenez and a boat ride

A travel blog entry by jaimemarissacr on Sep 14, 2014

2 comments, 19 photos

... with us and painted Marissa's nails (but of course). Later today she is in a parade with her school to celebrate the Costa Rican Independence Day, which is tomorrow when there will be an even bigger parade with typical Costa Rican dances and songs (we were promised one from the movie Frozen!) that we can't wait to see. Today, we have just returned from a boat ride in the gulf where we saw dolphins and whales. It was supposed to be ...

A very tame trek in a very wild jungle

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Mar 02, 2014

6 photos

... for a still pretty pricey one day guided tour.

So we found ourselves out on the Whale's Tail in Uvita at 7 in the morning, wading out to a waiting boat, which would take us cruising (can you call 2 hours on a speed boat in choppy water a cruise?) down the pacific coast to the "biologically intense" Corcovado. The boat ride took us through a marine national park, where dolphins kept popping up to play in the wake of our boat. In the park we did 2 ...

All junglist massive!

A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed on Jan 30, 2014

4 comments, 24 photos

... up and buy all the land they could afford in Costa Rica. What they got was 61 hectares of jungle right at the border with the Parque Nacional Corcovado, three creeks, and a little house on stilts in the middle of it. Whilst we were chatting to them that first afternoon a pair of turquoise-edged Keel Billed Toucans flew in to the garden to see what was going on. Pretty cool!

We went out for a shortish loop on the trails that afternoon and didn’t see too ...

The Wilds of Osa Peninsula

A travel blog entry by sara.mairs on Dec 21, 2013

3 comments, 25 photos

... in line on the Panama side for over 2 hours with all of our gear, shuffling it along a couple of feet every 10 minutes or so until we finally made it to the window. Then it was over to the Costa Rican side for another 45 minute wait to enter the country. Thankfully the paperwork part of the process has gone smoothly each time, and all that has been tested is our patience with lines- good practice for the boys!

The ...