Laguna del Lagarto Lodge

Address: Pital de San Carlos, Boca Tapada, Province of Alajuela, 995-1007, Costa Rica | 2 star lodge
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This 2 star lodge, located on Pital de San Carlos, Boca Tapada, is near Fincas Naturales, Juan Santamaria Historical Museum, Parque Juan Santamaria, and The Butterfly Farm (Finca de Mariposas).
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Shuttle bus service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Laguna del Lagarto Lodge Boca Tapada

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Boca Tapada

          Airport nightmare in Alajuela Costa Rica

          A travel blog entry by kdolotina on Sep 18, 2015

          ... of wondering if might be one of 26 million Americans whose luggage will be auctioned off to airport personal. As a result, I was able to breeze through customs with no difficulty, right to the transportation pick up. However, stepping out of the airport terminal onto the curb was pure madness. There were hoards of aggressive taxi drivers who made it seem as if their next meal relied on your cab fare. They were herded together in a small space which you had to share with them ...

          Carara national park

          A travel blog entry by madkath on Jul 29, 2015

          9 photos

          ... hear a trogon calling so we headed off the main track into the jungle toward its call and eventually found it high up in a tree, a male bairds trogon black with a bright red chest and circles around its eyes. We watched for a while and then headed back, but we were a little lost, Antonio paused to think for a while and then headed off with us following, eventually we reached a path that led to ...

          Life at an Eco-Lodge: Nature, Tours, Beer

          A travel blog entry by lrandal on Mar 17, 2015


          ... cons. I trod carefully on all the covered walkways leading to our place due to threat of very bad snakes. (Out of 30 species on the property, only [!] 6 are deadly.) The staff here tells me not to worry, except on night hikes (see below).

          Soon after we arrived here, we embarked on back-to-back tours. Three of them in a day and a half is a bit much, even though each was interesting (one was ...

          Public transportation

          A travel blog entry by nabeards on Jan 26, 2015

          1 photo

          ... now writing this entry. :) Well although we felt prepared and confident, we later realized that we didn't know much about where we are staying. So we headed to the place where the guy told us to catch the bus but apparently, I don't know enough Spanish to translate bus routes or directions. So we stood confused and hoping that we could figure out the correct bus. There are a bunch of routes here in San Jose, another thing we didn't realize. So we caught a bus, not really ...

          Loco loco loco

          A travel blog entry by kmakowski on Jun 26, 2014

          1 comment, 1 photo

          ... signifies when class ends is not a bell. It's a tornado siren. The first time I heard it I was confused as to why know one was seeking shelter. And, incase you haven't already gathered this, they are so chill at school. They students are so loud and crazy and can do whatever they want. The stuff they do would never fly at a school in America. During recess, these kids where full on fighting and the teachers just walked right by and didn't do anything about ...