Coconut Grove Oceanfront Cottages
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... we found the Rafting company, Joanne dropped me off and I met up with the other people who were all taking the tour with me. Turns out, all the people in our group were also from Canada (all from Friendly Manitoba). There were 3 couples all together.
We took a shuttle bus to the rapids. Our main guide who is from the USA spoke about the surrounding area and the nature. He was quite informative on our way to the destination.
The destination for White ...
... beaches and hiking trails. In 2011, Manuel Antonio was listed by Forbes among the world's 12 most beautiful national parks.
Features of the park
This park has one of the most impressive landscapes of the world and has several coves with many white sand beaches and lush foliage amidst great mountains and forests that reach ...
... giving us invaluable tips and advice on paddling positions, balancing on the board, where to place our weight on the board to better catch the waves – all this in preparation for tomorrow's much anticipated trip out to larger waves at a different beach.
The evening consisted of a well-deserved dinner all you can eat dinner in the mountains, followed, followed by a going-away beer (@ Tortilla Flats) with the camp owner, Cesar. He ...
... we march, getting a brief introduction to the Caco tree. This is the beauty that provides the world with chocolate!! The fruit actually grows straight off the trunk of the tree for some reason and not up in the vegetation?! It’s really quite fascinating and strange. Through another gate and across the highway we begin to get close to the primary forest. The primary forest is forest that has pretty much remained untouched by humans while the secondary forest had ...
... with a 'Birds of Costa Rica' book and pointed out to each other all the birds we've seen up to that point of our trip; a silly but rewarding thing to do, and something we continued to do each time we spotted a new bird, great fun.
Other than a repeat of the above two paragraphs over the next day or so, we eventually went over to Manuel Antonio National Park. Soon after our admittance we'd come across the first of our encounters with the park's wildlife, a beautiful ...