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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Location

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

    ... and every once in awhile you would get a sweet whiff of flowers. (Also sewer but we'll concentrate on the flowers!) As we left our hostel this morning we were like oh! It's so cool today. The bus said it was 23degrees at 6am. Now to kill 5 hours at the airport. The guy at the ticket counter was like umm... Your flight isn't until 5. You could head downtown for lunch and back in time for your flight. Lol PS for some reason the previous entry didn't publish so you get a 2 for ...

    Introduction to the communities

    A travel blog entry by sallyjpatten on Sep 09, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... one. The size of the house is smaller then Nan & Pa's unit and it had galvanized iron walls, doors and roof, wooden window shutters and an uneven dirt floor. I have always known how fortunate I have been in life with my family and upbringing, but this really just brings it all back home. But in saying that, this woman was the kindest, happiest, loveliest, most giving person you could meet (although I couldn't understand a word, should wouldn't stop smiling and laughing). ...

    Mangroves, monkeys, mahi mahi, mindlessness

    A travel blog entry by grahamh on Apr 04, 2014

    17 photos

    ... s wife gave us a lovely home cooked lunch in the family house after our tour, and it was special to gain an insight into the local way of living - tourism does provide most jobs now but all the Costa Ricans we have met have been friendly, gentle and very patient with our embarrassing lack of Spanish, not to mention their enthusiasm about their national football sides chances against England in the World Cup. It was reassuring to see that not a ...

    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 ...

    Bandits

    A travel blog entry by bargreenwood on Nov 15, 2013

    2 photos

    Well I survived today in the hot humid tropical rain forest with a cooling sea breeze and glorious beaches. Apparently it will even hotter and wetter tomorrow when we travel to Golfito! We spent the day in the Manuel Antonio National Park which although quite small is one of the more popular NPs. Entry fees here pay for work in the less popular parks and lack of maintenance of trails here was evidence of that. Plenty to see but we were captivated by the Racoons ...