To date, one of our most recommended stays in Latin America is without a doubt, Rancho Margot. The ranch maintains nearly 400 acres tucked snuggly on the banks of the Rio Cano Negro as it flows into picture-perfect Lago Arenal. There is something for everyone at this family run ranch, be it adventure, relaxation, education or all three.
Tag Archives: rainforest
February 22, 2009 – 10:17 am
By Melissa Terry | Posted in Costa Rica, Environment | Also tagged chilamate, costa rica, hydropower, juan sotheim, organic farms, organic food, rancho margot, yoga | Comments (4)
Living The Jungle Dream
February 17, 2009 – 11:01 pm
â€œWelcome!â€ exclaimed owner, Davis, with a smile from ear to ear. He has many reasons to smile these days, for what started as a dream has now turned into reality. He and his wife, Meghan, are the proud owners of the Climante Rainforest Eco-Retreat in the Chilamate, Sarapiqui region of beautiful Costa Rica.
By Nels Thoreson | Posted in Central America, Costa Rica, Environment | Also tagged chilamate, costa rica, costa rica earthquake, eco retreat, eco tourism, Environment, flooding, sarapiqui | Comments (7)
My favorite last day of the year…ever.
January 1, 2009 – 11:19 am
The real blog will come later today or tomorrow. We are about to leave Banos on our way to our next stop here in Ecuador meeting with an NGO that helps to preserve the rainforest. Since nothing is open here on New Years Day morning, I am sitting outside a cafe on the sidewalk using […]
By Steven Shoppman | Posted in Did you know?, Ecuador, Environment, Events | Also tagged banos, canyoning, canyonismo, ecuador, fireworks, guided rappel, new years, South America, trout | Comments (1)