These thirty three things are just a start – there were so many positive aspects of our time in Costa Rica, we could easily list thirty three more! Feel free to share your favs here, too!
After our first sloth encounter in Monteverde, Costa Rica, we were fascinated by these funny-looking creatures and decided to pop into the brand new sloth sanctuary for a visit to learn more about these creepy-cute Costa Rican animals.
Costa Rica has over 26 national parks. Two of them combine lush, green jungle, wild animals and sandy beaches: Manuel Antonio on the Pacific coast and and Cahuita on the Caribbean. Most travelers don’t have time to hop from coast to coast, so read on for a closer look at both to find which might be the right fit for you.
This weekly series focuses on budget hotel gems we discover while on the road. This week: Art Hostel Costa Linda in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica.
One of the things we were most excited about for Costa Rica was the wildlife roaming freely through the forests. Check out this adorable little spider monkey in Manuel Antonio! So cute!
300 days on the road… almost exactly 10 months of backpacking! Looking back on Day 1 arriving in Las Vegas back in April to where we are now, we still can not believe how much life, experience, adventure – and work! – we have been able to squeeze into these 300 days.
In 300 days of travel, we have had some amazing ups and disappointing downs, and share with you here our top & flop moments, travel mishaps, favorite experiences and travel recommendations.
This picture-perfect sunset at Manuel Antonio beach in Costa Rica was so beautiful the crowd applauded as it set. Where has your most beautiful sunset been?
This weekly series focuses on budget accommodation gems we discover while on the road. This week: Hostel Cabinas El Pueblo in Santa Elena / Monteverde, Costa Rica.