Cabinas El Buho

150 m north east of the Catholic church, La Fortuna, Province of Alajuela, Costa Rica | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from La Fortuna

Monkey business....

A travel blog entry by josiejojo

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Whilst in Tamarindo I was figuring out how to get to La Fortuna, we had to get 4 buses, which would take all day. Again, fine if I were on my own but Grace had limited time so I needed to find another way. Luckily there are a series of shuttle buses that run throughout Costa Rica, it was $35 one way, a bit steep but definitely worth it as we left …

Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by marty_rach

3
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... while we all stood back waiting for the worst to happen...
















Somehow, the van didn’t roll away and the oncoming traffic avoided a collision. After a quick trip back into town to fix the tyre, we made it to San Lorenzo and suited up for our zip lining adventure.














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Monteverde

A travel blog entry by ksmith630

7

... of ourselves, we didn't have the courage. Went home for some sleep before the hike. Will be happy if I never have to sleep in a dorm again though - literally constant noise and movement and packing I the room starting at 5am. So much for that sleep in... Oh well. Through all my complaining, I'm actually having an amazing time. I'll let you know now the hike goes today and the whitewater rafting trip tomorrow! Before the flight to New York on Tuesday morning. Hope everyone is enjoying their ...

San Jose to La Fortuna

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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... and ATV or dirt bike rentals, "butterfly farm" and Venado Cavern tours, bungee jumping, Laguna Cedeno, El Salto Swimming Hole, and canyoneering.

Arenal Volcano, in Spanish Volcán Arenal, is an active andesitic stratovolcano in north-western Costa Rica around 90 km northwest of San José, in ...

Days 40 - 42- volcanos and Hot Springs

A travel blog entry by ai_firestone

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... much else has changed. The first day we took a volcano tour, which takes you to the back of the volcano, so you can see both lake Arenal (a lake created after the 1968 eruption on the site of the villages destroyed and used for electricity) and the spot where the main parts of lava flow. We then took a hike through the rainforest which ended up at a waterfall. Here you could swim in the water (which we did) and even go behind the waterfall- which was slightly terrifying however ...

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This ranch, located on 150 m north east of the Catholic church, La Fortuna, is near Doka Estate Coffee Tour.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good