Rio Chirripo Retreat

Address: 50 meters north of the cemetary, Chirripo National Park, Province of San Jose, 11904, Costa Rica | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 50 meters north of the cemetary, Chirripo National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Chirripo National Park

    Costa Rica - Dominical

    A travel blog entry by mktkachuk on Jan 21, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... lifestyle. And I can't even imagine how hot it would be sleeping in a tent. The weather was noticeably cooler than Manuel Antonio but still hot. This def had the vibe mike was looking for in "the perfect beach town" very laid back. I don't think I've ever seen so many people walking barefoot or so many dreadlocks. The beach was nice, but lots of rocks along with the sand. It was a strip of sand, a strip of rocks, strip of sand. Not a pure white sand beach like Manuel ...

    Costa Rica - Manuel Antonio Day 2&3

    A travel blog entry by mktkachuk on Jan 19, 2015

    17 photos

    ... a shower and a much needed nap. the heat is just killing me. both making me tired, but also hardly any appetite, but i'm still managing to eat ;) when we got back to the hostel, it was 35 degrees with 50% humidity and already felt so so sooo much cooler than it was in the morning. We went out for a drink to watch the sunset and then out for supper. we went to this wood fired pizza place which was really good. not as good as the jasper pizza place, but still hit ...

    Back to the Heat of the Coast

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on May 27, 2014

    12 photos

    ... coast was on list of must-see's and we could take a shuttle bus door to door. It was possible to take a public bus, or more to the point, three public buses with long wait times between them.

    A very nice van turned up just on time and we started our slow drive down off the highlands on the dirt road. The views were stunning and even though we were in the van, the constant twisting and turning of the road gave us a view in ...

    Skittles at the Summit

    A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Feb 02, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... Alex and Aurelie) in line for our first bus to San Isidro and were fast friends - both with the same destination in mind. Luckily Alex spoke Spanish so he was able to navigate us towards the bus station in San Isidro - always an adventure when your next bus isn't at the same station. We hopped on that bus which charged us as much for our luggage as it did for ourselves, but still quite cheap and were on route to San Gerard de Rivas. We were starting to worry ...

    Roosters in the morning

    A travel blog entry by jakedavis on Jan 27, 2014

    10 photos

    ... extra day to go for a swim, check out the town of Pavones, and watch another sunset with Steve and Sumpter. Tomorrow morning, it was time to leave.

    On Sunday we decided to make the trip/adventure from Punta Bano to Manuel Antonio. Through conversations we had with Steve and some of the yoga people, we pieced together that we would have to take two or three buses to get from Steves house to the border town of Pasa Canoes from which we would catch the ...