La Leona eco Lodge
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... it's not like they have vicious teeth or sharp claws to use to fight off any attacks. Their only defence is to try and look extra cute and bat their eyelashes, hoping that predators will be distracted just long enough to pull out their cameras, giving the agouti just enough time to quickly sneak away.
But life gets even worse for the female agouti, who suffer a fate far worse than the males do - our guide today told us that, get ...
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... Corcovado National Park, you have to go with a guide, which means signing up for a tour. We choose to do the combo tour which takes you to Sirena Ranger Station for 3 hours, then to San Pedrillo Ranger Station for an hour and a half, hike to a waterfall and lunch. This costs USD$85 and a 5 hour tour to San Pedrillo would be USD$75. The tour starts at 6am, to ensure you get to the Park early to see the most animal activity. It is roughly an hour and ...
... my all-time favorite travel destinations.
we arrived at drake bay by boat from sierpe, as it's the only way to get there due to the rain forests that surround it. the resort and the service were exceptional. each day activities were scheduled for the group.
day 1 - gooollllllllllllll COSTA RICA. what flippin' luck...to be here while the country is going crazy!
day 2 - one hour hike up the coast line to the river claro, which is ...
... luggage. So we are now in the town of Santa Elena, in the Monteverde region of Costa Rica, a 4 hour ride from alejuela. And what a ride it was! Quite scenic ... Lush and green with mountains all around, on a fine road that led to the sea. Then we headed back inland. Quite the twisty, curvy, up and down road, with nary a shoulder, just a line of trees, or a caution tape between the trees, warning of a potential fall down the mountain. And then the paving ran out and the ...