Rios Tropicales Lodge

Address: Pacuare River, Siquirres, Province of Limon, Costa Rica | 3 star lodge
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This 3 star lodge is located on Pacuare River, Siquirres.
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    Travel Blogs from Siquirres

    6: Costa Rica - the rich coast

    A travel blog entry by adayintheworld on Aug 07, 2014

    4 photos

    ... tour to watch the laying of the eggs. The island is part of a national park and there are very strict rules about who is allowed to lead guides and each day they get allocated a slot for their group. Fortunately I got the earliest one of 8 - 10pm, as I do like my sleep. I was in a group with a French family of 3. Wearing my requested dark clothes we walked through the dark forest trying to avoid the muddiest part of the path and therefore brushing up against the bushes. I do ...

    The Cloud Forest on a Sunny Day

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Mar 12, 2014

    10 photos

    ... decent. So we caught the 8:30am bus up to the reserve, and started one of my favourite days of the trip so far. Santa Elena is beautiful. It's flora and fauna are quite different from those in Monteverde, as these two mountains straddle the continental divide. So Monteverde is affected by the weather coming from the Pacific, while Santa Elena is affected by the weather coming in from the Caribbean. But both reserves appear the same to the untrained eye. Because ...

    Rafting To Our Hotel

    A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Dec 13, 2013

    2 comments, 68 photos

    So how many times do you have to hop on a tractor in order to catch a raft in order to whitewater rapid your way to your hotel? After yet another GPS misadventure we found ourselves beside the Pacure River strapping on those o-so-flattering yellow helmets (not sure they would absorb any punishment but would probably make it easier to find the body), and life jackets that seemed a touch beyond their best-buy date. The Rio Pacure has been ranked by National Geographic as one of ...

    Cloud Forest

    A travel blog entry by bargreenwood on Nov 12, 2013

    2 photos

    ... bird species, 490 butterflies and 2,500 plants (that's about the total of the British Flora!). We were able to explore freely and will have a chance to go on a canopy walk tomorrow. The Coatimundi are a bit of a pest here and trot about scavenging for anything rather like foxes only tamer, and Agouti graze all along the forest edge. They look a bit like giant guinea pigs. No doubt more on the cloud forest tomorrow, but after leaving ...

    Exploring the Tortuguero Area and Turtle Nesting

    A travel blog entry by austinke on Jul 23, 2013

    46 photos

    ... sure if they turned back because they saw us, or possibly because it was nearly a full moon, which made the area bright, and therefore the turtles were concerned about their safety on the beach. It turns out that one of the biggest predators of the adult female turtles is a local population of about 20 jaguars.

    In 60 days the eggs will hatch, and less than 1% of the baby turtles make it back to the ocean – most are eaten by raccoons that dig up their ...