Tortuga Lodge & Gardens
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTortuga Lodge & Gardens Tortuguero
The customer service was first class, the food was excellent. Great place to stay.
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... follow us around. Our driver was very good at sounding like a horny female cayman and there was one male that swam right up to the boat twice. Super cool. And wow is it hot in the sun. But this time I managed to only get a little red :) I have to say that so far we have been super lucky with the weather. Considering this is the rainy season we have been able to avoid the rain so far. It has rained but only when we are at the hotel or in transit, all the activities have ...
... Really really nice people, they've made it easier on us, they have been so nice!
I think it has probably been difficult as we've been looking forward to Disney firstly so much, and home as well. We only have 2 weeks left so we're trying not to countdown as much now, as it will probably fly but we have so much fun and good stuff to do it's not going to be a problem. Just looking forward to New York and Iceland after a great week in Disney.
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... 6 per person to go 3km - which was Not happening. After around two hours of failed attempts to hitchhike, and just as we were considering our sleeping options in a pasture down the street, a lovely middle aged couple stopped and picked us up! They were extremely nice, and luckily heading all the way to Monte Verde to visit some friends. We chatted to them as best we could, mostly through Judith who is the most fluent in Spanish out of the four of us, although ...
... breakfast and then met our guide again, this time for a hike in the jungle! We had to wear boots and long pants as it was quite muddy. We saw lots of beautiful trees, and an interesting one called the walking tree....it's trunk doesn't go in the ground, it splits into the roots about four feet above the ground, and these roots die and the tree shoots out new ones in such a way that the tree trunk actually moves eight inches a year! In this way it finds the sunlight it needs. Smart ...
... like we should keep our distance!
We started this bus ride in the major metropolitan area of San Jose – lots of traffic on a 4-lane highway. By the end, we were crossing over one lane bridges, and on a dirt road with banana plantations on both sides of the road, that dead-ended at a canal. There, we got off our bus, picked up our luggage, and walked down a muddy pathway to get onto a boat – one boat for our luggage, and one boat for us, and ...