Costa Rica, a carbon-neutral destination and Loco Natural

Costa Rica, a carbon-neutral destination – The Globe and Mail.

The nation throws down a green gauntlet

Seeing this article reminded me of our time in Costa Rica and I thought, why not send an email to our friends Pamela and Carter at Loco Natural see what they have been up to….

…and they have been busy.

When we were there 2 Decembers ago they only had two lovely custom built accommodations that people could rent out. We stayed at the La Casita, which was a perfect one bedroom/bath place. Now they have two more: the Casa Mambo and the Bird House.

The Bird House
The Bird House

Our new two story Bird House is perfect for families or groups of friends. There is a Queen size bed and a single bed upstairs, and a Queen size bed with two single beds downstairs. It has a full kitchen downstairs, a wet bar with refrigerator upstairs and a bathroom on each floor.

Casa Mambo
Casa Mambo

Casa Mambo is a three bedroom house with many unique features that express the true beauty of your natural surroundings. The house has a large living room and dining room/kitchen attached to the deck. There two bedrooms with queen size beds and one with two singles which can sleep up to 6 persons total.

We had such an amazing time and it was the best way to stay and explore Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Limon. It was conveniently location (10 minute walk to the beach and out of the busy town area, we recommend that you rent a bike), very, very affordable (we also saved money making our own meals) and Pamela and Carter were excellent hosts which made our time in Costa Rica memorable.


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