Bosque de Paz

Bajos del Toro, Bajos del Toro, Province of Alajuela, Costa Rica | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Bajos del Toro, Bajos del Toro, is near Fincas Naturales, The Butterfly Farm (Finca de Mariposas), Juan Santamaria Historical Museum, and Parque Juan Santamaria.
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    Travel Blogs from Bajos del Toro

    Welcome to the Jungle

    A travel blog entry by rhea_ on Jul 17, 2013

    41 photos

    ... to know that pockets like this still exist (and that the tribes-people still have better dental anesthetic than the so-called developed world!). One sad thing to note was that during our sail down the river, although the Nicaraguan side of the border still had rough, unadulterated jungle, the Costa Rican side had mowed down much of their forest to make way for agriculture and cattle farms. It was incredible to notice the difference between the two sides and ...

    Settling in

    A travel blog entry by mickruddy on Apr 02, 2013

    5 photos

    ... shot off home and I kept drinking with some friends. It ended up being somewhat of a milestone as I didn't get home until 6.30am my first all nighter abroad and also my first time in a club in Costa Rica! Was an epic night and virtually left me a ruined man until Monday. I spent Monday hanging out with Stefano and we went up to a friend of his house in the mountains where a band that he knows was recording, was really cool as I don't think I have ever seen the recording ...

    Embraced by the Rain Forest

    A travel blog entry by bob_and_lana on Jan 18, 2013

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... a local grocery store to purchase items we will need tomorrow for a group cooking experience. Rafael told us the Spanish names of the items needed, and we had to find them in the store. It was a fun exercise. Lana and I deciphered one item on our list as avocados, but needed help from the store staff to discover that the other items assigned to us were an onion and a tomato. It turns out we were assigned the ingredients for the guacamole. ...

    Volcan Poás

    A travel blog entry by felixyorugua on Jan 15, 2013

    10 photos

    ... and a cluster of clouds were already sitting comfortably on top of the volcano. Once we got to the main crater the situation hasn't changed. All we could see was a one dimensional sheet of white so we walked to the nearby lagoon only to see more white. But hope springs eternal and on our way back we decided to look at the crater again ...

    Our Tour starts in a cloud forest

    A travel blog entry by ahlquist on Aug 13, 2012

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... is lunch and is called the Casada which consists of meat, rice, beans, salad, fresh fruits and vegetables. Ham, John found out, is more like spam.

    6. Costa Rica is separated by the Continental Divide which creates the summer season on one side and the raining season on the other at all times. We will spend 4 days of the summer side and 6 on the rainy side during this ...