La Anita Rainforest Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Anita Rainforest Ranch Rincon de La Vieja National Park
We stayed here for 3 nights and loved every moment. Pablo and Ana are a lovely couple who went out of their way to make our stay memorable, and who do such a lot for the local community. We took the 3 night package, which we would recommend, partly because it is a long way to go to eat out, and also because the food is wonderful. It also includes 2 tours. We chose to have a tour of the farm and also a cookery lesson with one of the local villagers which was so nice. She cooked over an open fire and we had the meal with her family afterwards. Our cabin was lovely - spacious and spotless with a verandah with a hammock and a great view. We would thoroughly recommend this stay for anyone who wants to get away from the touristy places and have a genuine Costa Rican experience.
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TripAdvisor Reviews La Anita Rainforest Ranch Rincon de La Vieja National Park
Travel Blogs from Rincon de La Vieja National Park
Oscar tried his hand at guiding but sadly one word descriptors are not great, but at least he is always smiling. Inside every driver is a secret guide just wanting to burst free. Some nice scenery as we went past Lake Managua with volcanos in the background. Apparently the lake is very polluted due to untreated stuff being allowed to flow into the lake.
After dropping off our bag at the hotel we were at the airport in plenty of time for our flight. ...
... at bay.
Later that night I questioned this when the cat was attacking my feet…once he
started “singing the song of his people” out the window I decided it was time
to kick him out. Tomorrow night I will make sure to cat-nap the female!
The morning chorus started early, 5am, and although I tried
to sleep a little longer the birdsong was deafening. I rolled out of bed around
5:30 and ...
... travel alone again. When I leave I am sure I will tear up, but not out of sadness for leaving but happiness and relief for returning. This trip has been a huge learning experience and I have accomplished a lot and built some valuable relationships and I do hope to return in the future. But future trips will be shorter and/or with companions, and I will be take more Spanish classes so I can actually make friends. I am working with CSU and Siempe Verde to develop an international ...
Today was a very laid back day. Although we didn't stay out late the night before I still managed to sleep in until almost 10 o’clock! (I had gotten up at 6am and written in my journal for a bit before giving sleep a second try). I went over to the restaurant and the whole family was in there cooking breakfast, in no time someone handed me a plate and a cup of coffee. After breakfast I walked with Fabri and Omar to the school ...
... to go visit the tour company Fabri used to work for in Monte
Verde. Doing a canopy tour was on my list but I wasn’t sure I would be able to
find time or a guide/companion to do it with. I am really looking forward to
getting deep into Costa Rica’s famous rainforest and getting to be in the
canopy is bound to add many new birds to my list.
Later in the evening I joined Fabri when he went out for a