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“great place to relax and rest”

Sirena Ranger Station
Reviewed May 24, 2012

clean and informative, it was a good place to stop and rest and eat our lunch

Thank DosGeorges
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Reviewed April 15, 2012

We hiked for 5 hours around the station and saw a great variety of wildlife - tapir, agouti, butterflies, birds, coati, basilisks, howler monkeys, squirrel monkeys, and spider monkeys. Get there early to avoid the "crowds." Mostly flat hikes.

1  Thank Solblomst
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Reviewed April 14, 2012

Very pretty location, disgusting loos, far to many people so noisy and unpleasant. Offering only very limited access to the National Park it was very disappointing.

1  Thank Berdewelle
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Reviewed April 1, 2012

We saw some tapir which is a rare sighting. The jungle is hot and humid. Pack plenty of fluids. Beware of ticks.

Thank sangoy
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Reviewed March 24, 2012

if you think of a ranger station in the middle of the jungle you do not expect much at all. We were pleasantly surprise that they had rooms with only five bunk beds and there were even showers. Just cold water and only a trickle but what more can you ask for? The place was kept fairly clean, the mattresses had seen better days, the foam showed quite well. But we had had any expectations at all before getting there so we were pleasantly surprised. We hike to La Sirena from Los Patios and crossed about 20 rivers always taking off your boots and socks. At the end of our 8 hour hike it started raining so when we saw the ranger station it looked like paradise. We expected to get bothered by lots of mosquitos which didn't happen at all. Some of the animals come right up to the station and you don't need to walk far to see them. Agouti, scarlet macaw, coati, tapir, squirrel monkey, to name a few. We feel very privileged and greatful to have stay in such a unique area!

9  Thank Penguinita
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