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SaladeroSaladero Lodge (Costa Rica)
3.0/5 Rating Report
Secluded 480-acre finca nestled between the lush Piedras Blancas National Park and the calm waters of Golfo Dulce. Hear howler monkeys and toucans, kayak in the mangrove, snorkel at the coral reef, watch the dolphins, explore the rainforest by foot or on horseback.
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Laguna del LagartoLa Laguna del Lagarto
Enjoy a pristine, virgin rainforest in north Costa Rica, canoeing in the lagoons, hiking in the jungle, watching rare birds & exploring the ecosystem at your own pace.
Geco TravelGeco Travel
Exciting trips from an organization composed mostly of recent University of Michigan alumni. We have experienced different spring break packages and trips and have a great collective idea of what makes a memorable, worthwhile spring break.
Villas Rio MarVillas Rio Mar
A resort in polynesian style, situated amidst tropical gardens, near four national parks and at a walking distance from Dominical beach. Facilities include Spa, Swimming pool, internet access, surfboard rental, tennis court, transportation service, rent-a-car, horse rental, souvenir shop.
 Playa Nicuesa Rainforest LodgePlaya Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge
Sensitively designed, solar-powered and constructed from naturally fallen trees, recycled materials. The lodge is accessible only by boat, with a pristine beach and affords dramatic views of the mountains surrounding the Pacific Coast gulf.

Kevin Haddock PhotographyKevin Haddock Photography 
Photoblog covering the campaign of Costa Rica's coastal communities for coastal land tenure reforms and the respect of their economic, social and cultural rights

The Green Leaf DiariesThe Green Leaf Diaries
Blog by Blaire Zahn documenting her experiences and thoughts as an intern in Costa Rica.

Macaw LodgeMacaw Lodge
Solar-powered, 264-acre ecoresort among the lush forests of Cerros de Turrubares in the Central Pacific region of Costa Rica. Accommodations for up to 24 guests, restaurant, lounging area, Internet access, lending library. Activities include cocoa tour, birdwatching, hiking, horseback riding and night tour. Interviews:
Vinzenz SchmackMr Vinzenz A. Schmack
Proprietor of Laguna del Lagarto Lodge