Corcovado Jungle Eco Lodge
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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We were very happy David persuaded us to do the Sierpe River nite tour....Although it didn't take too many stories before we jumped n it! We did not expect to have him and the large party boat to ourselves but we did! Started just before sunset and went up the river this time...opposite of the way we had gone the day before to Corcorvado Park. It …
... the food is to die for! We were so impressed with Curt and his fantastically prepared fish (black marlin was our favourite) that we ate there 3 out of 4 days; the only reason we did not eat there everyday was because the portions were so big we had leftovers. Sufficiently full, we opted for a late afternoon stroll along the coastal paths to aid digestion. We started our walk along the black sandy beach in Bahia Drake until we came to a stone path leading through ...
... from the sometimes mediocre snorkeling experiences I've had elsewhere in the world, where the guides are seemingly there to only ensure nobody drowns, rather than to ensure they are really enjoying themselves. A big kudos to the Pirate Cove Hotel, for running such a top-notch operation.
Typically, the Pacific Ocean isn't the best place for snorkeling, since the waters aren't the clearest, and the wildlife can be a bit lacking when compared to ...
... which was a shirt song and dance routine.They were followed by 'Alesia and Massimo' and their 'Incanto' show. This was described as "a touching and unforgettable show that is like no other which has the audience on the edge of their seats. I thought it would be some sort of Latin dance routine, but they were highly entertaining acrobats hanging from each other and from curtains suspended from the theatre rafters. Some of the movements Alesia was doing barely seemed ...
We kick off just after 6am with a goal to get to "Jungla del Jaguar". The trail is easy to follow as it runs parallel to the beach most of the way, meandering through forest patches, then back out onto the beach, then weaving it's way back under the trees. There are opportunities to spot more wildlife on this trail- we see howler monkeys, white faced capuchins, scarlet macaws, toucans, ...