La Quinta de Sarapiqui Country Inn

Address: 96 kilometers from San Jose, Sarapiqui, Province of Heredia, 3069, Costa Rica | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn is located on 96 kilometers from San Jose, Sarapiqui.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Quinta de Sarapiqui Country Inn

    Reviewed by lindakhaas

    Birds and a Leaf-Cutter Ant Farm

    Reviewed Jan 20, 2015
    by (13 reviews) Galena, Ohio , United States Flag of United States

    La Quinta was one of my favorite places to stay while in Costa Rica. The rooms were large with a large porch on the side. The setting was spectacular with great landscaping, ponds and gardens. In the morning they put out food for the birds and we saw so many gorgeous birds. They had a nice pool that was a bit cold and shady but felt good after a hot day. We did the tour of the leaf cutter ant farm they have set up on the grounds. It was well done and fascinating, not to be missed. It was the perfect location for our whitewater rafting trip on the Sarapiqui River, just a couple of minutes away. The meals were buffet style which I liked because I could pick and choose what and how much I wanted. Everything was tasty. I recommend this hotel.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews La Quinta de Sarapiqui Country Inn

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    Travel Blogs from Sarapiqui

    Rafting the Sarapiqui River

    A travel blog entry by zolina on Jan 20, 2015

    21 photos

    This morning Rayner had told us that we could get up for a 6:30 am bird feeding at the hotel's bird feeder. I really wanted to sleep in, so I didn't plan on going. But then Mom knocked on our door and told me I should get out there. So I did.

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    Estrella Lagoon Canoe & La Selva Bird Watching

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    A Beautiful Day on the Sarapiqui River

    A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Jan 20, 2015

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    Larry and I got up at 6:30 to go birdwatching with Rayner. It was actually just going to the courtyard of the hotel where they have a bird feeder made of dead tree limbs with nails in them. They put papaya, pineapple and plantains on the nails. When the man came out to put out the fruit the birds started putting up quite a racket. They knew what …

    Fiesta Fiesta

    A travel blog entry by smilk09 on Jan 29, 2014

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    Buffalo farm!!!

    A travel blog entry by klynch35313 on Jun 14, 2013

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    This morning I went out with Rolando and Eduardo. There were a few blocks they wanted to look at for different reasons. Sometimes a plant will mutate which gives fruit that pretty much tastes the same but has a different appearance and takes a different amount of time to grow. They go around and mark the plants that are mutated, when the fruit is ready it is harvested and can be sold for fruit juice. The plant is removed so that the seed cannot be picked and ...