Cabinas El Mirador Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... acts as a gateway to Bahia Drake, where we would be staying for the next four nights. A medium-sized boat picked us up along with another 20 or so passengers and set off down the river and eventually around the bay. We had a fun time getting off the boat trying not to get completely soaked by the rushing waves. The friendly smiling face of Mona from our hostel, Martina's Place, met us at the beach and quickly got us settled in our dorm beds before suggesting a ...
... lotion had already been washed off, and we had forgotten to bring some extra, meaning that we snorkeled the rest of the trip without any protection, when the sun was at its brightest and strongest. Unfortunately, though the visibility was now far superior, the amount of fish just wasn't quite as good as in the morning, but we weren't complaining - the morning and afternoon sessions were still by far the best snorkeling we had ever experienced, anywhere.
... It's stayed that way all day. Pods of dolphins have swum alongside us for most of the day, but too far away to get decent photographs. The serious photographers have been having a field day! There were a lot of birds towards the Pacific end of the Panama Canal and these Brown Boobies have been following us throughout today. Ships' movement through the water disturb flying fish, which leap out of the sea straight into the beaks of diving Brown Boobies. Clearly, the ...
... From there we hiked 3.5 km to the La Leona ranger station. From there we walked 16 km to the Sirena ranger station. We walked along the shoreline on rough beach sand, though costal forest and crossed two rivers with our backpacks. Heavy rain was pouring on us most of the time. We enjoyed every moment we spent in this ...
... the rutted road to the very last outpost, a tiny settlement called Carate, right next to the Corcovado National Park. There we set off on a long afternoon walk up the beach toward the park, along a much more deserted landscape with impressive surf pounding the sand next to us. As we soaked in a sense of being in the true wilds of Osa, we came upon the remote ranger station of the park itself. With only an hour until close, ...