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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Tranquilo Lodge Drake Bay
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... ground behind a ledge) and offered to help carry the bags, for a tip of course, but we were very grateful!
So onwards to the Panamanian counter. Again we had to go one at a time There are a couple of requirements to fulfil before they will let you through. You have to be in possession of $500 US cash per person and, the craziest rule ever, you have to have a return flight ticket from Panama to your country of residence. No exceptions! So our flight booked ...
... into the secondary forest and saw white faced capucchin monkeys! They were so fluffy and cute! From there we went on a 8 km hike passing through the Sirena station and looping around to the beach again. With lunch the whole tour took about 5 hours.
The hike was not strenuous at all since we spent a lot of time wildlife watching, listening to Breyner's descriptions or waiting around for him. It was incredible ...
... and interesting place to meet backpackers from around the world who were fresh back from epic hikes in the Osa Corcovado National Park.
Here is our review now pending on TripAdvisor
“Walking distance to waterfront dining, kayaking, airport, shops, tour desk, guest kitchen, A/C”Pending review
This was our third trip to Puerto Jimenez in the last four years, and we looked forward to trying out Captain Mark Corn's new ...
... Lance). It is extremely hot and humid most of the year. but is a joy to hike through with its dense forestation that opens up onto stunningly beautiful beaches. With its virgin beauty, visiting this park allows you to experience nature at its finest and promises an incredible adventure for those who dare to trail blaze their way through this amazing region."
We drove to the Zancudo dock to pick up our transportation to Porta Jiminez. The ...
... word, except it was a seven letter word on a triple word score! 97 points! Wowie!
We also enjoyed countless boat rides, sing-a-longs, hammock siestas...plenty of activities. I managed to get burned the first day there, which means by now my discomfort has long faded, priming me for another reckless weekend at the beach. (Yes Jen, I WILL wear sunscreen. Yes, I will reapply after swimming. Promise.)