Rio Chirripo Retreat

Address: 50 meters north of the cemetary, Chirripo National Park, Province of San Jose, 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 - Manuel Antonio Day 2&3

      A travel blog entry by mktkachuk on Jan 19, 2015

      17 photos

      ... you can walk past and see what they're looking at without paying them. we were still debating but the $20 per person helped make the decision. We walked from the park to the beach, (1.3km) which everyone said is amazing. being the brilliant people we are, we didn't bring bathing suits. we weren't planning on hitting the beach and when we left the hostel it was muggy but not sunny and didn't seem that warm. but it was sooo hot and we were wishing we had ...

      Last week at school

      A travel blog entry by sallyjpatten on Sep 25, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... All good fun, and laughter translates in any language!!!! Day 19 Back to Damas and preparing for the English spelling bee, which I have learnt is this Friday at Cocal, and I've been given permission to go!!!!! So my last day at school will be the spelling bee! Which I am excited about since I have now worked with a number of the students at both Damas and Paquita. Day 20 Back at Paquita and another action packed day of preparing for the spelling bee. ...

      Riches, rags, repacking, rain forests, raccoons

      A travel blog entry by grahamh on Mar 28, 2014

      24 photos

      ... I think is in Guatemala). Thankfully our pilot deemed it unnecessary to make a detour to the Southern Indian Ocean. In the 1700s Costa Rica gained independence from 2 centuries of Spanish rule, and we have learnt that since then it has stood out amongst its less progressive Latin American neighbours, especially in the last 60 years during which it has abolished its army, become the first constitutional democracy in the region, banned all animal hunting, banned ...

      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 ...

      Costa Rica - Coast to Coast Exploration

      A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk on Oct 02, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      This journey over the last several days has been both enlightening and an achievement in one's self. Learning about such things as the rainforest, and how everyone strives for its preservation is something uniquely characteristic of this country. I have gained a deeper understanding of what Costa Rica offers by visiting the far reaches of the country. This involved meeting different sorts of people such as those who are not affected by the hustle and bustle ...