Rainbow Valley Lodge

Address: 200 meters south of A y A, Santa Elena, Province of Puntarenas, 5240, Costa Rica | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 200 meters south of A y A, Santa Elena, is near Butterfly Garden (Jardín de Mariposas), Isla Tortuga, Santa Elena Skywalk, and Reserva Biologica Carara.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Elena

    Adventure in the clouds

    A travel blog entry by sallyjpatten on Oct 05, 2014

    1 comment

    ... have new granted a visual spectacular of the most stunning sunset ever. The sky is full of yellows, pinks and purples, and absolutely stunning. What an amazing welcome to Monteverde. We finally reach my accommodation, Camino Verde B&B, and I couldn't be happier to have my feet on the ground. And early night is definitely in order before an exciting day tomorrow. Day 1 in the clouds My day starts with an early breakfast followed by a walking tour of the Monteverde ...

    San Juan Del Sur

    A travel blog entry by alimaterna on Jun 27, 2014

    ... out. Good start to the day. We then decided to all get a shuttle to Maderas beach, a cool surfer spot. We should have got there at about 11:30, but our jeep got stopped and didn't have a liscense etc etc so we had to go back, grab some food, a quesadilla of course, and then made our way back at like 1pm. The beach wasn't the nicest sunbathing beach I've ever been to, but it was ...

    Bungle in the Jungle!!

    A travel blog entry by lightnerjohnson on Jun 07, 2014

    17 photos

    ... the whole building. The building would remind you of a traditional camp in northern Minnesota. On the first floor you have the kitchen with delicious home cooked Costa Rican food, a dining area, meeting room, and rec. room all incorporated into three rooms. There are also 3 bedrooms that share a bathroom. On the second floor are the six "primo" rooms. Each room has two bunk beds and your own bathroom complete with shower (minus the hot water). The walls between the rooms and ...

    The Fortunate

    A travel blog entry by deni367 on Apr 21, 2014

    10 photos

    La Fortuna means, "the fortunate" which is the name of the town and the volcano in the area. El Borio was renamed La Fortuna after the 1968 eruption which killed many people, but narrowly avoided El Borio and its inhabitants. The town of La Fortuna is quite small, we walked to our hostel, which seemed more like a hotel from the outside, trampoline, pool, restaurant, what else do you need? But once we walked into our 8 person dorm, we were brought back ...

    Day 6 - going into Monteverde

    A travel blog entry by lovejezelle on Jan 11, 2014

    ... their job, who don't get to see "whats out there". In the jungle, with all the steep stairs we had to climb or slippery slopes we walked around, I just thought "this is why you have to travel young because there is no way I'm waiting until I'm 50 or 60 when I'm close to retiring to see this place. I wouldn't have been able to if my body is older and can do less." I still salute the young ones who have made a living and make a lot of money, ...