The Rio Vereh roars across the front boarder of this Camping Reserve. The beauty is astounding.
Standing In The Horse Pasture At The Base Of The Mountain David comes to greet Sarah who is hiking back from the Saturday Market. David Is The Owner And Year Round Care Taker Of The Camping Reserve. The Backpacker Is Sarah, Owner, Daughter, And PHD graduate from UCDavis.
Standing on The Camping Reserve Gazing At The Panoramic View Of The Valley Through the Mountains, And A Close View Of The Hanging Bird Nests, Possibly The Montezuma Oropendola.
The Back Border
Hiking to The Back Border Of The 200 Acre Jungle Reserve.
Bounty of The Reserve
You can wander about on these 200 acres discovering fruit trees with ripe gifts almost falling into your hands.
Ruth Koenig Holds The Record For Our Oldest Camper, 85 yrs. She Crossed Through The Rio Vereh To Get To The Campgrounds In The Days Before We Had The Hanging Bridge.
Shary, Owner, Mom of Sarah, Mark and Darshan. On Long Hikes of The Rio Vereh You Will Come Across Several Of These Hanging Bridges.
...From The Past. Today The pond Has Been Overgrown With Liliotropa, But Is Being Restored. Kris, our good friend and one of our favorite campers is a world class roller blader and takes groups on blading tours all over the world.
Hanging Bridge, from the past When Mark Was Leading Extreme Hiking Tours. These Hikes Are Sometimes Possible Today With Our Local Spanish Friends As Guides.
Camping Vereh Costa Rica
You have arrived...when you reach this sign!
View Of The Valley From The Rural Dirt Road Approaching The Camping Reserve.
The Saturday Market Is Held In This Beautiful Location, 45 minute Hike From The Campgrounds.
Trucks Bring In Fresh Produce For The Saturday Market. It's a 45 minute hike through rain forest and pastures, following the River Vereh to reach the Market.
Sarah (2), Mark, and Darshan Lived In This Remote Setting As Young Children. Although You Are In The Wilderness, Camping Here Is Surprisingly Comfortable.
The Table at Platform #4
This Is Harder Than It Looks. The current Is Strong And The Bottom Is Slippery With Rocks.