Mystica Restaurant Lodge & Retreats
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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Mystica Restaurant Lodge & Retreats Arenal Volcano National Park
Travel Blogs from Arenal Volcano National Park
... a phenomenal view of the Arenal volcano from our bedroom, we would only see it twice during our entire stay. The weather for us was rainy, cloudy, foggy…and WET! This was a welcome change for the first few days after the heat and dry sun of Tamarindo, but after a while, it became a bit oppressive.
We had a few excursions off the property planned ahead of time, which we were scheduled to take every other day for the week of our stay. The first day was an ...
Monteverde is a small town in the cool, rolling hills of Costa Rica's central cloud forests, where its founding Quaker fathers have stopped the construction of paved roads, but have been unable to hold back the steady stream of backpackers that flock to visit this oasis of calm and fresh air. In many ways the town itself is a lot like Boquete (Panama), filled with American style supermarkets, western restaurants and package adventure tour shops, but the setting of Monteverde is far more ...
... lots of screaming on my part, my stomach in my mouth, reaching the bottom and swinging wildly out in the other direction. The first swing took me almost as high as my starting point. Then back down again and up the other side. I swung back and forward a few times until the guy at the bottom stopped me and unhooked me. Boy what a rush! We didn't manage to do a lot with the rest of the day. We were all knackered and ...
... hiking but the onsite food was like eating a TV dinner so some driving was in order.
Where is Toad Hall?
If you leave the Arenal area heading north, you start to see little yellow signs all along the road. Toad Hall free coffee, Toad Hall beer, Toad Hall fun. After fifty or so signs you really start to wonder ...
... sized hug!! Got to chill with a few hummingbirds fighting over a spot on a feeder, spotted a Tucan and simply enjoyed Tican nature. I signed up at the reception desk for night hike tomorrow, the preserve was the best I've seen so far so I'm really looking forward to it. Stopped by a co-op store later and bought a Pura Vida t-shirt, some honey flavored coffee and a brass ring and hiked to another yoga session. With all this uphill and downhill hiking, ...