Monteverde and San Luis, Costa Rica

If you’re venturing to Costa Rica, chances are your guidebook pointed you with flapping hands and flashing lights to the cool, verdant paradise known as Monteverde. I love me some Monteverde, but dipping off the beaten path into San Luis adds a whole new and beautiful dimension to a visit to the area. Having lived […]

via Skip Monteverde…and visit San Luis instead — Molly On the Move

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8 thoughts on “Monteverde and San Luis, Costa Rica

  1. That is an amazing capture of the rainbow!!!!!

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  2. Such a paradise for birdwatchers! Miss these cloud forests!

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  3. Costa Rica is a great country with verdant paradise Monteverde and your suggestion of bypassing the beaten path for onward journey down the valley to San luis is appreciated. Iget tempted to visit these places after reading your post. Thanks for shariing.

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  4. Love the double rainbow!

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  5. Always wanted to go there… Thanks for following my blog! Do you bike in your travels or at home? Where is that?

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    • Hi, I live in Switzerland…and biking is almost a national sport! MTBs are everywhere, but I am more hiking than biking 🙂 Cheers, Roland


      • Great, thanks… I’m a carless commuter who adds nukes for recreation and health. Hiking is nice, too, especially in a place like Switzerland I’m sure. Did you actually read all those posts? Happy hiking and blogging!

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  6. Love all the rainbows in Monteverde. Such an amazing place!

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