Natural Lodge Cano Negro
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Travel Blogs from Cano Negro
... sad that such a unique and delicate eco-system had been brushed aside to make way for farming. We also saw areas where the road had begun to be built, which broke my heart. The idea that toxic fumes from cars would be making their way to be trapped under the jungle canopy made me wonder how anyone could not believe that this land was sacred.
Once back in El Castillo, we spent the afternoon and following morning enjoying the rest of what the town had ...
... packhouse has two separate lines for Europe and the USA as they have different restrictions and allowances on chemicals plus slightly different fruit is required by the markets. Then the fruit is sprayed with a white liquid called wax, with special care being taken to spray the peduncle. The wax contains fungicide and chlorine to control bacterial growth. The pineapples are then blasted with air to dry them a bit before they properly enter the ...
... the afternoon four of went for lunch and a walk around town before walking to see a small local waterfall. You could jump in using a rope swing and Blake was brave enough o have a go. Some of the group went on some hanging bridges over the jungle but i avoided that as i am scared of heights. The highlight of the day was a visit to some hotsprings as the sunset. It was fantastic and we spent several hours sipping cocktails in the hotsprings as the sunset. Thoroughly enjoyed ...
... Triangle and you can walk in less than 10 minutes. We stayed at Sleepers Inn, which to me was the most bargain I got for a stay while there. We paid 25usd dollars for a private room with two beds and breakfast for us both! That was awesome! We stayed on the third floor which had a couch on the balcony and I made full use off! The rooms were clean, HOT WATER, and no AC needed as It got very cold at night! I definitly recommend this place for a budget ...
... instructions and we are off. The road out of the Plantation is really rough but we make it to the main highway with no problem. The road out of San Jose is really good. Unfortunatley it ends very quickly and we go to a very narrow two lane road which to our benifit has just been repaved. There are no lines painted on the road and it is crowned up to where there is virtually no shoulder. To make it even more interesting, we will ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking