Selva Bananito Lodge

San Pedro, Cahuita, Province of Limon, Costa Rica | 3 star lodge
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This 3 star lodge is located on San Pedro, Cahuita.
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    Travel Blogs from Cahuita

    Cool Contrast in Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Apr 08, 2014

    25 photos

    ... toucans and Rhinoceros beetles on the way.

    Tortuguero is remote, positioned on a narrow strip of land between the Caribbean and the inland 'canals' which criss cross the area and make it difficult to build a road. As it's name suggests, turtles nest here in large numbers and traditionally their eggs have been collected by local people. Now however it is a National Park area so the eggs and turtles are protected but people are still allowed ...

    Way down south on the Caribbean

    A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Mar 09, 2014

    2 comments, 58 photos

    ... for the Afro-Caribbean influence in the cuisine, language, and architecture. Many people from Jamaica and other parts of the Caribbean came here years ago to work on the railroads and stayed. They speak English with their own version of the Jamaican lilt.

    Just before we reached our Cahuita hotel we stopped off at the Sloth Sanctuary. Costa Rica ...

    Slotha Rica!

    A travel blog entry by strombone on Dec 11, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... of the resident 2 fingered sloths, Taz and Johnny Depp. The 2 fingered is lighter in color and has long arms and legs and a pig nose. Some might say not as cute, you be the judge. They mostly eat unripe mangoes so they have huge teeth. Their claws are made of bone, their backs can rotate 180 and their necks 270 degrees, which makes them amazing climbers and lovers. Then we met another 2-fing (as we were calling them by this time) who had a ...

    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 ...

    Jungles and Canals.

    A travel blog entry by pbweiss on Mar 22, 2013

    6 photos

    ... were on was very narrow and windy and it flowed into the larger river and canal system.

    Tortuguero village is tiny with one dirt road with restaruants, hotels and gift shops. We arrived at our hotel, La Casona, and were greeted by the manager, Sara, who was awesome throughout our stay. Our package included meals, some tours and accomodation.

    The next day we took a canal tour in a large canoe with a very knowledgeable guide named Owen. We managed to see ...