Playa Negra Guesthouse

Address: 100 metre north of the football field, Cahuita, Province of Limon, Apartado 27-70403, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 100 metre north of the football field, Cahuita.
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      Plane, Taxi, Bus, Boat

      A travel blog entry by gkmadventures on May 06, 2014

      13 photos

      ... have dogs and the ones we've seen have been very well behaved. A lot of people use motorcycles to get around or bicycles. Once our 2 hour bumpy bus ride was over we got on a long boat that fit 24 people. I felt like I was on a boat in the amazon. We saw a crocodile and all different kinds of birds. It was about an hour boat ride just to get to Tortuguero. Once we arrived we were greeted by the whole town it felt like. The town of Tortuguero is only 1km ...

      Costa Rica in 15 days

      A travel blog entry by gerad-and-lisa on Mar 01, 2014

      8 photos

      So we were pumped, another day on the road and a new border to cross. We knew it was going to be a bit different crossing into Costa Rica as we had heard they are a lot stricter with their visa, sometimes even making you show proof of onward travel and bank balances. We got to the border and filled out our forms and the woman behind the counter blurted out a heap of spanish at me. I couldn't tell what she was asking or saying but on the second or third go realised she was asking ...

      Turtles and relaxing life in Tortuguero

      A travel blog entry by danielle.bajada on Oct 11, 2013

      5 photos

      Wow what a journey!

      We caught a shuttle bus from Fortuna which took 4 hours followed by a beautiful 1.5 hour boat ride winding along the canals to arrive at Tortuguero. On arrival you notice that you are in the middle of nowhere. There are no cars in town, you are surrounded by rainforest and the main street is a dirt road that takes about 10 minutes to walk from one end ...

      Jungles and Canals.

      A travel blog entry by pbweiss on Mar 22, 2013

      6 photos

      ... species of birds and Owen knew them all. He spotted parrots and toucans way up in the large trees and I couldnīt get many good photos of the birds. We saw a few camans, which looks like a small alligator, some lizards, monkeys and a river turtle. The vegetation was very diverse and thick and you couldnīt walk in many spots even if you wanted to. After the canoe trip we had lunch and met Owen for a walk in the only trail near the village. We went through the jungle and saw ...

      A very animal welcome to the jungle

      A travel blog entry by hgilbert on Jan 19, 2013

      ... first aid and emergency procedure. This included, in part, our base manager pretending to have a snake bite on the beach and us carrying her on a stretcher in the baking heat to the evacuation point a quarter of a mile away.

      When we've not been learning from the staff, the staff have been taking us out on walks both in the rainforest and on the beach. My first venture into the rainforest was eventful to ...