Hotel Horizontes de Montezuma
Travel Blogs from Montezuma
... br> Each time we post pictures on here, we will try and write a little something about whats happening.
September 5, 21013
Yesterday we spent most of the day at our pool because the sun finally came out. September and October are considered the rainy seasons here and for good reason. We decided that any time the sun came out and it looked clear, we were going to enjoy it! When it is overcast out, we decided we would do ...
... giant trees. When we
arrived we got kitted up with helmets, somewhat undignified harnesses and
‘reinforced’ gloves, and were given some brief instructions. After that we
spent the next few hours flinging ourselves from metal platforms into the leafy
abyss. The initial wires were only about 10 metres long and 5 metres of the
ground, but soon speed and height began to escalate. By the fourth wire we had
to go in pairs, with legs ...
... a sign as you start to walk down the beach to be careful because there are rip currents.
The walk was lovely both evenings and there was still quite a bit of activity out on the beach. People still lying on the beach, others fishing, and others just enjoying walking as we were.
The Ylang Ylang resort is set back from the beach and the dining area is where you can look out over the ocean and is quite romantic a setting. ...
... bus for about 2-3 hours that took us to a ferry. The ferry crossed the Gulfo de Nicoya. It was huge, and our bus just drove right on. We got off the bus to enjoy the ride across the gulf. It was really nice because we got to watch the sunset and relax with some beers (the way back was not as enjoyable, because it was the middle of the day and must have been like 10,000 degrees Celsius. I don't really have the conversion down but that sounds about ...
... down to the village of Montezuma. We passed half a dozen beaches, some with waves, some with animals, some with rocks, some with white sand, and most of them deserted before we made it to playa del Cocolito that we recognized thanks to the natural waterfall at the very end. We spent the day walking and taking a dip every once in a while and arrived in the village of Montezuma exhausted with sore feet after walking for 5 hours in the sand! (tough life I ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking