Finca Luna Nueva Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... up the deficit though and smash her to the bottom.
To finish off the adventure there was one last line. The infamous Superman. This line was the longest line in the park at a respectable 1,500m long. It traversed over two valleys and started from a 40m platform built on top of the highest hill in the area. We managed ...
Not bad waking up to the colors of sunrise right outside my window! Once again we were up and out early, this time on a guided tour of Manuel Antonio National Park, a park with rainforest and beaches. It is supposedly the second most visited park in the country, and I believe it! It was packed, at least on the main trail. There were oodles of guides each with their own group and really there were way too many people. But we've been used to lots of nature and not many people, so ...
... known as "Pan de Azúcar", "Canaste", "Volcan Costa Rica", "Volcan Río Frío" or "Guatusos Peak".
The volcano was dormant for hundreds of years and exhibited a single crater at its summit, with minor fumaroles activity, covered by dense vegetation. In 1968 it erupted unexpectedly, destroying ...
... as there was a tourist information place next to the bus station and soon we had somewhere to sleep and a tour of the Arenal volcano national park booked. With only 30 minutes to find the hotel, change and have some lunch we didn't have much time before we were heading off again.
The tour started at the observatory before we headed into the forest where our guide showed us around stopping on the way to point out the different plants, how they smell and what they can be ...
... were so amazing! Kim aka LONDON LONDON got picked on by the guide right from the beginning which was highly amusing with her awkward laughs and eye contact to me haha!
Once we got to the top we were given our safety helments/life jackets and put into groups of 6. We were all set and off we went, starting with Class 1 rapids and reaching Class 4! It was sooooo much fun, highly recommend it to anyone… already planning ...