Monthly Archives: July 2010
This is how Manuel Antonio National Park looked last week when we visited the area.
(Asi lucia el Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio la semana pasada cuando estuvimos de visita.) Continue reading
These past 2 weeks tons of wildlife has been seen around Parador Resort & Spa’s grounds and nature trails. A rarely seen 2 toed sloth was spotted with her baby, also a three-toed sloth with a baby, titi monkeys and white face monkeys with babies as well. This is a positive sign that our fauna keeps reproducing and our efforts towards sustainability are helping with the conservation of our enviroment. Continue reading
Here are two hard-t0-find frogs spotted on Parador’s grounds. The photos were taken by our resident manager, Jorge Rodriquez. Continue reading
We traveled to Parador Resort & Spa as a group (approx. 30) to attend a wedding. Upon arrival, we were greeted by warm smiles, cool towels and cold beverages. After the bus ride from the airport, all were appreciative of the great reception. Enough cannot be said about the road one must take to get to Parador – it is an adventure all by itself. I can’t believe they leave the road in such a state, but, it lends to the overall “charm” of the location. Continue reading