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Good foods n excellent n friendly services! Some up-close encountesr with white-faced Capuchins in the early morning. Hawler monkeys will wake u up naturally with their calls. No wake-up call needed :) Some animal encounters within the surrounding areas not limited to your roof nor...More
We went on the 3 day/2 night tour from San Jose. Everything went extremely smoothly including the trips and picking up our hire car at El Ceibo in Guapiles on the return journey.
There was lots to see at the lodge itself, howler monkeys, white-faced...More
This is a secluded resort, with cabins that bring you close to nature. There is no air conditioning or TV but offers you wifi in the public areas, The routine is structured as is breakfast lunch and dinner. The rooms are well maintained, the bathrooms...More
My wife and I only had one day at the Evergreen Lodge, but the staff and our tour guide made sure that we didn't miss any of the excursions. We were treated to the same service as the two and three day guests and didn't...More
Nice lodge in the Tortuguero National Park. I think that you automatically get your meals and tours included when you stay here. Most of the accommodation appears to be in small cabins, that you access by a boardwalk. There was a ceiling fan; windows have...More
I was on a tour and had my transit from the peer to the lodge. I'm sure with how busy the peer was that you could get transport to the nearest big town, a short taxi ride to the pier then get on a boat at that transit... More
I was on a tour and had my transit from the peer to the lodge. I'm sure with how busy the peer was that you could get transport to the nearest big town, a short taxi ride to the pier then get on a boat at that transit pier.We also visited a tourist site by boat from the lodge so maybe there is transport to there also. Can't remember what the name of this was but it was where the river exited to the beach.