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Top Videos for Cruise Destination Marenco, Costa Rica–Created by Staff

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Marenco Lodge Costa Rica

Hangin' out at the restaurant. March 2009

Marenco Rainforest Lodge ~ Drake Bay, Costa Rica

This lodge is a privately-owned nature reserve and lodge that sits high atop a hill. Eco tourists, natural history travelers, researchers, student groups, bird-watchers, and beachcombers will all be delighted with the variety of environments and activities that Marenco offers. Marenco's romantic setting has also made it a favorite with honeymooners.

Marenco Beach, Drake Bay, Costa Rica

Uploaded by None on 2009-03-28.

Punta Marenco Lodge

Punta Marenco Lodge is located 15 minutes going south from Drake Bay; in a paradise conserved for 30 years as a Biological Reserve by a Costa Rican family.


Aventura de algunos miembros de la Familia Marenco Marrochi y amigas en el Canopy en Poas Costa Rica, 28 de diciembre 2012.

Drake Bay Costa Rica

On the way to the beach from Marenco Lodge, Costa Rica March 2009.

Drake Bay Costa Rica Copa De Arbol Beach & Rainforest Resort Copa De Arbol Beach and Rainforest Resort is an eco-luxury beachfront resort set among 70 acres of pristine rainforest reserve. We are located in Southern Pacific Costa Rica on the Osa Peninsula, perfectly situated between Drake Bay and the Corcovado National Park in an area known as "Caletas" (small coves).

Poorman's Paradise ~ Drake Bay, Costa Rica

Poorman's Paradise is a unique resort run solely by a native Tico family. Poor Man's Paradise allows you both the opportunity to travel to the Osa Peninsula at a reasonable price, as well as to enjoy the warm, personalized service provided by the Amaya Family on their private homestead.

Costa Rica Osa Peninsula

This is version 2 of a combination of pictures and videos edited in iMovie of our trip to Costa Rica in March 09. Myself, and three friends(Steve, Gary and Nicole) spent a total of 3 days in transit around San Jose( the capital) The other 7 days were spent down in the southern part of the country on the pacific coast just north of Panama(8 degrees above the equator, and yes the sun was very intense) .