Hacienda Guachipelin was mentioned in an article from gonomad.com . In an article written by Laurie Ellis, she mentions the Hacienda and its realtion with soustainable tourism in Costa Rica. She is a is a massage therapist in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She lives in Arlington with her husband, Shady Hartshorne.
“The Hacienda is located 14 miles outside of Liberia down a rutted dirt road, so if you drive, it’s best to arrive before dark.
Rooms at Hacienda Guachipelin are simple and clean. In keeping with sustainability, some amenities that you might normally expect at a hotel aren’t given out. Bring your own shampoo if you’re fussy about that kind of stuff.
Zip, drop, climb, rockwall handholds, metal bars until – flying, screaming – you come to the end. Your harness is always attached to something, whether a safety line while standing on a platform, or the zip-line itself while cruising through the treetops.
If you’ve never been on a zip-line, you’re in for a treat: it’s like an amusement ride, but with more connection to nature.
This was not the lazy float-down-the-Farmington-River-with-a-beer that I remember from my youth. Careening down the Rio Negro rapids like a pinball gone wild, the ride was more intense than I expected.”
If you want to read more on this article click on http://www.gonomad.com/features/0811/costa-rica-eco-adventure.html
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